5 5 1. Rejecting a bid in excess of £60m would be foolish business – It would take a tremendous turnaround for Hazard to suddenly rediscover his form in the second half of the campaign, yet despite his form there is one key factor still intact and that is his valuation. In terms of business, Chelsea would be foolish not to cash in now while his stock remains high. His current deal with the reigning Premier League champions doesnt expire until the summer of 2020, and while it would be refreshing to see such a player fulfil his contract, such an offer could prove impossible for Abramovich to refuse. 3. He may fail to recover from his involvement in Eva Carneiro’s departure – While Jose Mourinho has taken the blame for the controversy surrounding the now former first-team doctors exit, Hazard played the most pivotal role of all. Had the forward opted to soldier on in the final few minutes of the game against Swansea following the challenge from Ashley Williams, then neither Carneiro nor Jon Fearn would have been called upon. The Belgians dip in form after the opening game of the season can be no coincidence. The likelihood is that he feels some guilt towards the dispute involving Carneiro, as most would, and he may never recover from the bitterness he could currently be feeling. 5 5 Eden Hazard could be on his way out of Chelsea.It was earlier reported that the Belgium international has informed close friends of his desire to leave at the end of the season, with Real Madrid and Manchester United said to be weighing up bids.While the 25-year-old is regarded as the Blues’ finest player, his performances this term have suggested that cashing in may not be an ill-judged move for the club.So, talkSPORT has taken a look at five reasons why Chelsea should, albeit reluctantly, agree to sell their no.10 in the summer.Have a read by clicking the yellow arrow above, right. 2. He isn’t impossible to replace – No player is. Even Barcelona, this season, have shown they can cope without Lionel Messi , with Neymar and Luis Suarez continuing to deliver in front of goal in the Argentines absence through injury. Should Chelsea sell Hazard, a replacement wont be difficult to acquire. It could even be argued that hes been replaced already this term by team-mate Willian. Should Hazard leave Stamford Bridge in the summer, his no.10 jersey could be reserved for the Brazilian. Not to mention Pedro is ready and waiting to prove his worth to the Stamford Bridge faithful. 5 4. He’s no Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo – After being crowned the PFA Player of the Year for an outstanding 2014/15 campaign for Chelsea, Jose Mourinho rather foolishly compared the winger to Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. The sad reality is, however, that the signs are Hazard does not have the mentality to stand alongside the worlds greatest. Such comparisons may even have contributed to his downfall. At 25 years old, Messi and Ronaldo were already beginning their battle for the Ballon dOr and breaking record after record. Hazard simply isnt close to their level, despite the hysteria surrounding his name. If a world record bid comes in, therefore, it could prove an outstanding piece of business particularly if the money goes towards a superior replacement. 5. Players that want out have to go, no matter their quality – Its irrelevant how good a player is; if he wants out, he has to go. This could be the case with Hazard, if reports are to be believed. There can be no room in the dressing room for an individual not committed to the club, and forcing Hazard to stay will do little to improve the mood of the camp. Only the 25-year-old himself knows if he really wants to leave Chelsea in the summer, but if he does, then so be it.