Chelsea legend Didier Drogba won four Premier League titles, four FA Cups, three League Cups and the Champions League over two spells at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea star Eden Hazard has made no secret of his desire to go to Real Madrid and the Spanish club reportedly approached Chelsea about a summer move for the Belgian before announcing Zinedine Zidane as their head coach on Monday.
It is expected Hazard will tell the club to sanction a move to Real Madrid.
Drogba believes Hazard, who showed his importance to the club once again on Sunday as he netted the last minute goal that earned a crucial draw against Wolves, can realize his dreams if he rejects a move to Real Madrid and stay at Chelsea.
“Why should he leave? I think he can have this here in Chelsea,” Drogba said.
“I had many opportunities to leave and I decided to stay to make my own story and win the Champions League here. I think he’s got a chance to make his own story.
“This club is still young and we need people like him to improve the quality in terms of Champions League trophies in the room, he can help us.
“I will be very happy if he stays here, but if he goes to Madrid, good luck to him.”
Meanwhile, Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri called on Hazard to improve and move the ball faster, despite his goal against Wolves on Sunday.
“Hazard, as well as all the other offensive players, must learn to move the ball faster in this kind of situation,” Sarri said.
“He is able to dribble past five, six, or seven opponents, of course, he is a great player – he can resolve the situation in every moment.
“When we play against a team that doesn’t want to play, we need to move the ball faster, we need more movement without the ball.
“We need more movements in the space otherwise it’s impossible to score.
“We have to do better otherwise it’s easy to come to Stamford Bridge and put eleven players in the last 20 metres so we need to improve resolving this kind of situation.”