"Hazard is in a vicious circle and it is not easy to get out"

Kristof Sas, doctor of the Belgian National Team, assessed Eden Hazard's latest injury in the Nieuwsblad newspaper. "It is a chronic relapse that, in the end, always goes wrong," he adds.


Eden Hazard's injury worries in Madrid and also in Belgium. From the selection trained by Roberto Martínez, Kristof Sas, head of the medical services of the 'red devils, has spoken through the Nieuwsblad newspaper assuring that he sees Hazard within "a vicious circle."

"We are waiting to know more but it is worrying. The injuries of other players such as Praet, Mertens or De Bruyne at this point do not worry us for the European Championship, it is until a break. They can start again, but with Eden It is different. It is a chronic relapse that, in the end, always goes wrong, "said the doctor.

According to the Belgian doctor, each injury has a certain relationship to the next and complicates the situation. "At first it was an ankle problem but the last three times it was muscle injuries. Eden is in a vicious circle and it is not easy to get out. Like any elite athlete, it is necessary for his muscle groups that he train (properly) A footballer has to hit it, turn, jump and everything, at high speed. This is much more difficult during rehabilitation, "he added.

With a view to a European Championship in which they are among the favorites with a golden generation led by Eden along with Courtois, De Bruyne, Lukaku, Carrasco and his brother Thorgan, Dr. Sas encourages the Madrid winger with the recovery. "If he is in shape he has more options to stay healthy. We would have preferred that Eden played everything with Madrid. It is the best way to get to the European Championship well. The situation is not complicated for us but he must get out of that dead end", judgment.

After being absent on Tuesday, Eden Hazard returned to training on Wednesday, suffering from discomforts other than those that deprived him of training the day before. The Belgian winger underwent tests that confirmed a new muscle injury. This will keep you off for three to four weeks.

Mistrust in Belgium

According to Niewsblad, in the Belgian Federation there are serious doubts about the care that Eden Hazard receives in Madrid. The Federation considers that the white medical body is not hitting the mark and that Real Madrid should consult them more regularly. In addition, from this medium, they open the option of a recovery in Belgium.

It is not the first time that the Federation has sent messages of mistrust towards the white club regarding the injuries of the winger, which they consider capital for the team to lift the first title in its history.

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