Roberto Martinez admits that it is difficult to predict when Eden Hazard will be declared recovered from injury and can appear for the Belgian national team at the 2020 European Cup. Most importantly, said Martinez, at this time the Real Madrid player is medically healthy.
In the last friendly match ahead of Euro 2020 against Croatia which ended in a 1-0 win for the Red Devils. Hazard appeared for 10 minutes.
is Hazard’s first time appearing with Belgium since November 2019? However, Martinez has not been able to see the contribution made by the 30-year-old player.
“Eden’s target is for him to be on the pitch. It’s almost a psychological step. The minutes don’t matter,” Martinez was quoted as saying by Marca, Tuesday (8/6/2021).
“It’s difficult to say when he will be ready, I think it depends on many things. The important thing is that he is medically healthy now. I want to see Eden Hazard happy, with a smile on his face, and make a difference.”
Hazard is happy with Ancelotti’s appointment at Madrid
Eden Hazard fully supports Real Madrid over the appointment of Carlo Ancelotti as head coach of Zinedine Zidane’s successor. The Belgian striker admitted that he was happy with Ancelotti’s presence at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Hazard has a close relationship with former boss Zinedine Zidane, who resigned on 27 May. But, he feels that good times are ahead with Ancelotti, especially on a personal level.
I think we can do great things together.” Read also: Welsh goal failed, Benzema argues France’s most important Win Hazard and Ancelotti have never worked together. The former Lille winger joined Chelsea one year after Ancelotti left the London club at the end of the 2010/2011 season, so this will be the first time they have worked together at Madrid. This is good news for me.”
“To be trained by your idol, there is nothing better.”
After leaving Chelsea, Ancelotti spent 1.5 years in charge of PSG before finally moving to Real Madrid in 2013. At that time, Carlo Ancelotti was in charge of Real Madrid for two seasons (2013-2015).
In total during those two years, Ancelotti gave Real Madrid four trophies. Call it a trophy for each of the Champions League, European Super Cup, Club World Cup, and Copa del Rey.