Former Chelsea defender Mario Melchiot has sounded a note of warning to his former club over the two best players on their books.
The ex-Blues defender believes that both Eden Hazard and N’Golo Kante could be forced out of Chelsea if they continue to play out of position.
Mario Melchiot talked about the Blues while he was on TalkSport adding that you take away the happiness of players if you play them out of position like Maurizio Sarri has done this season in his quest to perfect Sarriball at the club.
N’Golo Kante is widely seen by many football stakeholders as the best defensive midfielder in world football but he has had to play in a more attacking role since Italian tactician Sarri became the Blues boss last summer.
Italian international Jorginho joined Chelsea in a £57m deal from Napoli and he has assumed the midfield base role at Chelsea since Sarri took over.
Sarri has also played Eden Hazard in a false nine where’s not comfortable.
He played the Belgian international there before Gonzalo Higuain joined the club last month on a short-term loan deal from Italian Serie A champions Juventus.
Hazard could leave the summer with Real Madrid touted as his destination as he has one year left on his present deal while Kante is still more committed to the Chelsea after signing a new five-year contract last year.