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Eden Hazard is in a vicious circle' - Belgium national team doctor disturbed by Real Madrid star's chronic injuries



Former Chelsea Star player "Eden Hazard's "chronic" injury problems are "disturbing" to Belgium's national team doctor, who says the player is caught in a "vicious circle.

 The Real Madrid Star "Eden Hazard" was diagnosed with a muscle issue earlier this week which looks set to keep the star out of form/action for up to a month, meaning he'll miss a crucial run of fixtures for the Club.

  The Belgium international Man has been plagued by injuries since his £80 million switch to the Santiago Bernabeu from Stamford bridge in the transfer market of 2019, with this latest knock marking the 9 time he has been forced to take in a spell on the sidelines at Real Madrid.

  As a result, the winger has not lived up to his hefty price tag, scoring just 4 goals in 35 appearances across all competitions for Madrid.

  Eden Hazard seemed to be on the road to rediscovering his best form after recording a goal and an assist in a 4-1 over Alaves on January 23, but that performance proved to be a false dawn, and it is now being suggested that his prime years are behind him.

   Kristof Sas, who works with the ex-Stamford Bridge star at international level, has admitted he's concerned at how fragile he has become during his time in Spain, particularly with the European Championships looming later in the year.

   We're awaiting the details and knowing more, but it's clear that it's worrisome," Sas told Nieuwsblad. "The injuries at this stage of the Campaign are not worrisome for the Euros, it's even a rest period.

    But with Hazard it's different. "It is another relapse, a chronic situation that always goes wrong in the end. First the ankle, then the muscle injuries. It is all very unpleasant.

   The Belgian doctor added: "The star is in a vicious circle and it is not easy to get out of it. It is disturbing what happens with his musculature. "A footballer must be able to kick, turn, jump, all at high speed. And, of course, this is more difficult during rehabilitation. "He needs pace and continuity.

   The situation is not dramatic for us yet, but must urgently get out of that dead end." Eden Hazard won't feature in Real Madrid's upcoming La Liga matches against Huesca, Getafe and Valencia, but he could be in line to return for a meeting with Real Valladolid on February 20 if his recovery runs smoothly.

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