Eden Hazard will be out for the rest of the season. Belgium coach Roberto Martinez has confirmed that Eden had broken his ankle and needs from three to a four-month for recovery.

Eden would return before the end of the season

Eden Hazard will be back in time to play for Belgium at Euro 2020, team manager Roberto Martinez admitted. The 29-year-old striker limited himself to losing Real Madrid with a score of 1-0 for Levante last weekend. The club subsequently confirmed that he had broken his ankle – an injury that usually takes about three to four months to recover. However, Martinez cattle spoke about the ability of the former Chelsea star to bounce off the problem. Saying that he was “convinced” that Eden would return to action for Los Blancos before the end of the season. Thereby giving him a chance to play in Belgium for Euro 2020.

Eden has a hard time with injuries at Real Madrid

Speaking to reporters on Thursday, the former Everton boss said: “We talked with Hazard, and now we see when he can return to action.”Everyone was extremely disappointed with his last injury, but this is part of the player’s life.”In the past eight years, He has missed very few games. But I am convinced that he will be back before the last match in La Liga this summer and will be a great player for Real Madrid. After moving to Spain from Chelsea last summer, Eden had a hard time with injuries. Having managed to play just ten league matches, in which he made one goal and four assists.

He missed the start of the season due to a hamstring injury, and then was out of action for more than two months after a hairline fracture in his foot. After debuting in 2008, he became a vital member of the Belgian national standings. Helping them finish third at the 2018 World Cup. He collected 106 goals and scored 32 goals for the side that is in the No.1 position in the FIFA ranking. So, therefore, has serious aspirations to make a strong run for the first European title in the summer.