Hazard looks set to join Chelsea from French side Lille after he wrote on Twitter : "I'm signing for the champion's league winner".
There has been no official confirmation yet from either club about any deal, but reports have suggested the 21-year-old, who has been rated at £32 million ($50.88 million), has agreed a five-year contract at Stamford Bridge.
Despite his Twitter comments, Hazard - likely to feature for his country against England in this weekend's international friendly at Wembley - was giving nothing away to the cameras at
Other members of the
"I think he is a player people go to the stadiums for.
"People will love him and love watching him playing football, so I think he is a good player for the Premier League."
Asked whether Hazard had sought advice from him about a move, Vermaelen said: "He didn't come to me for any advice. I think he has a lot of people around him, so they can give him good advice about which club he should go to."
"It is a good competition for him," Dembele said.
"I think he can succeed in every team because he is a fantastic player and I think they will like him very much in
"He has quality that not a lot of other players have and I think in every competition he goes, he will play very well - including the Premier League, even if it is the best competition in the world."
"I think Eden has the qualities and talent to play in
"On his day, he can make the difference for his team.
"It is a big step from Lille to Chelsea and he is going to be under some pressure, especially with the money that has been spent, but I think he is a good player and if he is on his day, he can do a good job for Chelsea."
Hazard, who has been named Ligue 1's player of the year for the past two seasons, has become one of the most sought-after players in the game and has been linked with a host of European giants.
Manchester United and Manchester City looked to be favourites for his signature until Chelsea's surprise European Cup triumph.
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