Real Madrid fans aren’t very concerned with backup forward Eden Hazard, but seeing him celebrate significant Champions League victories and the LaLiga title with his teammates has been sweet. Despite the fact that his time at Madrid has been hampered by injuries, Hazard has not let this affect how he interacts with his colleagues or the club; you can tell he is still well regarded in the dressing room.
Hazard’s ankle has been troubling him on and off since his first injury in November 2019 against PSG, and it would be wonderful for him to be able to return to the pitch after ultimately having surgery this year.
Eden Hazard has resumed training and hopes to make an appearance before the end of the 2021/22 LaLiga season, according to MARCA’s Juan Ignacio Garcia-Ochoa. Hazard will not be able to participate in this week’s match against Levante, but he may be available on Matchdays 37 and 38 against Cadiz and Real Betis, respectively.
Eden Hazard’s Real Madrid future beyond 2021/22 is uncertain. Again, Real Madrid has already won La Liga, so Vinicius Jr. does not need to play every minute. He has to be rested for the Champions League Final against Liverpool. As a result, Hazard may be able to start at his preferred left-wing position.
Hazard played in a “free role” on the right side of the formation earlier this season, and while his inventiveness and clever touches helped the club, the sacrifice to the squad’s defensive solidity was untenable.
Despite his apparent desire to stay, Carlo Ancelotti has discovered a winning mix without Hazard and with younger players, so Hazard’s future in Madrid is uncertain. Regardless of the transfer saga, Madridistas truly want to see Hazard happy and successful if he stays at the club, as he is such a popular player among football fans. Moving on is the best option financially.
After a frustrating period of “adaptation,” the Belgium international revealed that his first year at the Bernabeu had been a letdown, but pledged to return in “excellent shape” after a frustrating period of “adaptation.” But, for the time being, Hazard should earn some minutes in La Liga, seem healthy and happy, and then go on.