"I don't know what to say", Sarri told a media conference when informed of Calderon's comments.
'I am not interested what his father says, ' said the Chelsea boss.
Hazard has made no secret either of his desire to win the Ballon d'Or, the annual prize for the best player in the game, or wanting to play for Real Madrid.
"He's a fantastic player", Sarri said.
Meanwhile Sarri said Hazard could realise his individual ambitions while remaining at Stamford Bridge.
"I think also he can win everything, also the Ballon d'Or, here, without playing in Spain". He can win the the Ballon d'Or here, because for example if Chelsea win the Champions League, and the Belgium national team can win the European Championships, he can win everything without playing in Spain.
However, with just two years left of Hazard's Chelsea contract, Real Madrid will be looking to take advantage of that situation and try to lure him to the Spanish capital. I love the fans - I think the fans love me! "In the last three months he has been very happy, so I don't think so. So I think for his father, probably the Europa League is not important, but for us it is important". So he is suitable for me and my way of football and in the future he will be able to play very often'.
Hazard has been instrumental in Chelsea's unbeaten start under Maurizio Sarri, scoring eight goals in all competitions, as the Blues sit joint top of the Premier League alongside Manchester City and Liverpool.
Hazard made several comments about a transfer move to Spain during the worldwide break, but however stated he would not force his way out of the club.