"We are going to celebrate him," coach Rudi Garcia told the club website ahead of the game against mid-table Nancy.
"I am proud to have taken my part in his progress. I often said he would be one of Europe's greatest players. He's an exceptional player who made history at the club."
Hazard, who scored 17 goals and set up 15 this season to help his side secure their qualification for next season's Champions League play-off, was named best Ligue 1 player for the second year in a row.
He has said he will move to Manchester, without specifying City or United, though media reports also linked him to Chelsea on Saturday.
"The secret of our success? Pizza!" keeper Geoffrey Jourdren told daily newspaper L'Equipe's website on Friday.
"It is good for us because it helps keep a good atmosphere in the squad," he added, explaining that the players have been having pizza parties every Thursday.
Montpellier will clinch their first Ligue 1 title since the club was created in 1974 if they do not lose at Auxerre or if second-placed Paris St Germain, who are three points adrift, do not win at
Manchester City's late surge to win the Premier League title in the last seconds can inspire
"The Premier League outcome reminded us that football is all about sudden twists," Clement, who joined PSG last January, told L'Equipe.
"City's players wanted a great result, they made it. We need to be in the same state of mind at Lorient.
"The players believe everything is still possible. They know they would regret all their lives not to win at Lorient if Montpellier lose at Auxerre at the same time."
PSG are without suspended winger Jeremy Menez for their last game while France midfielder Blaise Matuidi is doubtful because of a thigh injury.
Bordeaux, who have won their last five league games, also have defensive problems with centre-back Henrique ruled out through suspension and defenders Marc Planus and Benoit Tremoulinas struggling with injuries.
Bordeaux lead the race for the Europa qualification on 58 points, one ahead of St Etienne and Rennes, who host relegation-threatened Dijon. Toulouse, who entertain strugglers Ajaccio, are two points behind.
Striker Andre-Pierre Gignac, who has been struggling for form, will captain
Gignac, who had been at odds with his coach and started only five league games this season, was handed the armband after he successfully bid for one of Deschamps's old France jerseys at an charity auction.