Jenas urges Belgian star to leave Stamford Bridge

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Jenas believes Hazard is just too good for Chelsea, adding that the Belgium worldwide has gone past everybody at Stamford Bridge.

"He has gone by everybody and he must be thinking, 'what more do you need me to do?'"

"They were better on the ball and they flooded the ball but they didn't have a clinical edge".

'I never thought I would say it, but he's too good for this Chelsea team'.

Hazard has been heavily linked with a move to Spanish La Liga giants Real Madrid and with his current deal at Chelsea expiring in 2020, he could be on the move soon.

'Chelsea are obviously a top, top side, but I think he has outgrown them.

Jenas also insisted that Chelsea were the better side on the night and reiterated that Hazard is clearly a level above everybody around him at Chelsea.

But despite the Blues starting well under new manager Maurizio Sarri, their title challenge has faltered - they are now fourth in the Premier League, 10 points behind leaders Liverpool.

Hazard was used as a lone striker by Chelsea head coach Maurizio Sarri at Wembley but struggled to get into the game.

Speaking on BBC Radio 5 Live after the match, former England midfielder Jenas had plenty of praise for Hazard, as well as criticism for his team-mates. That's how he scores a lot of his goals.

'Up top, with his back to goal, he is a lot easier to deal with. "I think he has outgrown his position within that team", he added. "I don't think you do, no".