England international Cahill, 31, was appointed as Chelsea’s club captain in the summer following John Terry’s departure, while Azpilicueta was named his deputy.
Both players have made over 200 appearances for the Blues and helped the club win Premier League titles in 2014-15 and 2016-17.
Hazard doubts whether he will go into management after retiring but believes Azpiliceuta and Cahill can land coaching roles.
Chelsea 2017/18 Fixtures
West Brom (A) – Sat 18 Nov
FK Qarabag (A) – Wed Nov 22 (Champions League)
Liverpool (A) – Sat 25 Nov
Swansea (H) – Wed 29 Nov
Newcastle (H) – Sat 2 Dec
Atletico Madrid (H) – Tue 5 Dec (Champions League)
West Ham (A) – Sat 9 Dec
Huddersfield Town (A) – Tues Dec 12
Southampton (H) – Sat Dec 16
Bournemouth (H) – Wed Dec 20 (EFL Cup)
Everton (A) – Sat Dec 23
Brighton (H) – Tues Dec 26
Stoke City (H) – Sat Dec 30
‘I do not think so,’ Hazard said when asked whether he would consider management. ‘Maybe for kids, but not at a professional club. It is too many things.’
Pressed on which Chelsea team-mates could make the leap from playing to management, Hazard added: ‘Cesar Azpilicueta, because he is talking a lot about football. Maybe also Gary Cahill.
‘I think they can both be good. I think managers are more for defensive players because when you see all midfield, the striker and the winger are not good managers. Apart from Zinedine Zidane!’
Hazard missed the start of the current campaign after undergoing surgery over the summer but has impressed in recent weeks, scoring braces for both Chelsea and Belgium.
The 26-year-old helped the Blues beat Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United at Stamford Bridge before the international break and will hope to make an impact when the team return to action with a trip to West Brom next weekend.