Euro 2016: I would kick Eden Hazard if his attitude was poor - Roy Keane

Roy Keane says he would kick in training any player who spoke repeatedly of wanting to leave his club after questioning Eden Hazard's attitude.

Hazard, whose form at Chelsea attracted widespread criticism for much of last season, will line up for Belgium on Saturday in Group E at Euro 2016, against the Republic of Ireland, whose assistant manager is Keane.

"Don't get me wrong; I think he's an outstanding player," Keane said. "But if you'd asked if I was playing with anybody… and they were constantly talking… that they were wanting to leave, and they had a poor attitude to training, then I would kick them in training."