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Sports Primera Division: Real Madrid: Hazard will probably be out longer. This is reported by the Spanish sports newspaper Marca.

02:25  21 october  2020
02:25  21 october  2020 Source:   spox.com

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Although Real Madrid did not specify just how long Hazard will be out for, what is clear is that he has suffered a serious injury. "[He has suffered] a During his post-match press conference, Zinedine Zidane admitted that Hazard 's injury "looks bad." It is worth noting that this is the same foot that

Real Madrid 's summer transfer window will likely be defined by the purchase of Eden Hazard , yet the former Lille prodigy is yet to impress those in the Spanish capital. Having long been heralded as the Premier League's best player Hazard arrived to much fanfare in Madrid , however his pre-season

Eden Hazard wird Real Madrid wohl weiter fehlen. © Provided by SPOX Eden Hazard Real Madrid will probably still be missing. According to the report, Hazard, who has been battling a muscular injury since late September, will be out for at least three more weeks. Accordingly, the Belgian will miss next Saturday's Clasico against FC Barcelona.

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