Zidane outlines plan to restore Eden Hazard and make the most of it

Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has outlined the plan he will follow with Belgian star Eden Hazard, who is recovering from a severe injury sustained in the Levante match almost two months ago.

Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has outlined the plan he will follow with Belgian star Eden Hazard, who is recovering from a severe injury sustained in the Levante match almost two months ago.

According to The Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo, Hazard has recovered 70% of his health and has started training with the ball in the past days. Doctors confirm that he will be ready to participate in the games a month from now when the La Liga championship is expected to start again to complete the season behind closed doors.

Although Hazard will have recovered when la Liga returns, coach Zinedine Zidane does not think about relying on him in the first games, after a series of injuries suffered by the player, the French coach wants to regain his first star quietly and away from any risks that may cost him to lose again for a long time.

Zidane prepares Hazard for Manchester City in the Champions League

The newspaper explained in its report that Zidane will start involving Hazzard in the last games of La Liga only, to be fully ready against Manchester City in the second leg of the Champions League final, which will be held in early August, i.e., 3 months from now.

The report added that Zizou knows full well that his chances of returning after the loss 2-0 will be greater with the presence of Hazard and full fitness, which is why he will not venture after the resumption of the season and will give him more time than he needs to recover.

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