The Belgium winger is different to most of their other targets as he will have to play wide, which would fit Barcelona's usual system, though new coach Luis Enrique may be looking at changing the tactics as he is chasing some of the best strikers on the planet.
Lionel Messi and Neymar are already a part of a Barca attack that will look to make amends for last campaign's trophyless season.
|Team||Pos||Apps||Goals||Assist||Chance Created /App||Accurate Pass /App||Mins|
|Sergio Agüero||Man City||FW||23||17||6||1.48||18.09||1,539|
|Robin van Persie||Man Utd||FW||21||12||3||0.76||14.14||1,584|
Hazard scored an impressive 14 goals in 35 appearances from a wide position last season, but it's his ability to create chances for others that makes him so appealing.
The Belgian got seven assists and created an average of 2.63 chances per game, but he was outperformed by Marco Reus and the German would appear to be a better target.
Reus scored 16 goals, two more than Hazard from the same position but got 13 assists and created more chances per game.
The 25-year-old was set to shine at the World Cup but an ankle injury in their final friendly before the tournament ruled him out, and he faces a battle to be fit for the new season.
Barcelona may have to look elsewhere because of the German's injury, and Hazard would certainly be an effective choice if they're looking for a provider.
Hazard would appear to be an excellent addition if the Spanish giants were to make a move, but any deal is unlikely as Chelsea have already rejected Paris Saint-Germain's advances for the winger.
Though an attacking trio of Hazard, Messi and Neymar would be a sensational force.