Yohan Cabaye tells Hazard to join him at PSG

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Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Yohan Cabaye says he wants Chelsea's Eden Hazard to join the Ligue 1 club.

Hazard has been in stunning form this season, helping Chelsea to the top of the table with only a handful of games to go.

He's got 14 goals in 31 Premier League games for Chelsea this term - form which is said to have attracted the attention of PSG.

Previous reports have suggested that the French giants are interested in the former Lille star - although he says he's happy at Stamford Bridge for now.

However Cabaye is likely to set tongues wagging once more after claiming the Chelsea star is the one player he'd like to play alongside at the Parc des Prince.

"Who would I recruit if I was athletic director? Hazard is a player I would like to see at PSG," he said.

"It would do so much good in Paris and for the championship. He is one of the best players I've played against."

Cabaye completed his own big-money move to Paris from the Premier League over the summer, leaving Newcastle in a deal worth around £19 million.

Despite his return home, the midfielder has kept his eye on the Premier League, and has been impressed with what he has seen from his former team-mate at Lille.

"Eden Hazard is THE Chelsea player," he continued.

"He is a player that we will need to be careful about, we will need to monitor him.

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