Chelsea midfielder Eden Hazard has come under fire recently for giving life to the rumor that he could leave in the Summer transfer window and head back to Ligue 1 to play for PSG. Many are criticizing the Belgian for causing such a stir while being in such poor form this season, going as far to question his attitude and commitment to Chelsea.
Former Manchester United great Roy Keane is the latest to pile on the criticism of Hazard. While doing punditry work for iTV during the Champions League, the legendary midfielder says that if he was a teammate of the out-of-form Hazard that he'd give him some tough love in training as punishment for bringing up the PSG rumors. Keane even went as far as calling him a "spoiled child" during the segment.
"I really can't understand these players who signed an extension last year for another five years or whatever. We saw how brilliant he was last year and then he's coming out with that nonsense on the eve of a big big game. If I was a teammate of his, I'd kick him up and down the training pitch. Some of the senior players have to get a hold of him. A talented talented boy, but his attitude, even last night. He's like a spoiled child. He's just absolutely ridiculous."
-Roy Keane; Source: iTV