Real Madrid alarm. Eden Hazard He suffers a fissure in the right distal fibula and will be on leave for at least two months. Belgian player he left the pitch limping in the 67th minute of the match against Levante. As soon as he reached the bench, ice was applied to his right ankle. Zidane was clear at the end of the match: “It doesn’t look good about Eden. It’s more than a blow, and also where he has his injury.” This morning, after the relevant medical tests, the bad news has been confirmed with the medical part of Real Madrid: After the tests performed today our player Eden Hazard by the Medical Services of Real Madrid has been diagnosed with a fissure in the right distal fibula. Pending evolution. Goodbye to the City and the ClassicAlthough the estimated recovery time, which could be more than two months, is not established, the Belgian is safe for the first leg against the City (Wednesday, February 26) and the Classic before him Barcelona (Sunday, March 1). The return to the English team is March 17, which would not reach.After being 83 days off for the perimaleolar contusion suffered on his right leg against PSG in the Champions League, Hazard disputed two games, against Celta de Vigo and Levante, showing good physical tone and winning competition pace for a key week in which the Real Madrid is measured at Manchester City and Barcelona.
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