Eden Hazard isn’t expected to undergo surgery for the recent muscular injuries he has been suffering from.
Real Madrid‘s club doctors have advised their No.7 to not go under the knife again and they’re trusting in conservative treatment to get him back to fitness for the season’s final stretch.
Los Blancos aren’t convinced that his latest setback is due to complications that have arisen from previous interference with his ankle, which saw a plate inserted.
The club’s medical team dismiss the notion that Hazard‘s issues since joining the club are due to a lack of support from or for a lack of confidence in the rigidity of the plate that has already been inserted into his right ankle.
The club are keen to continue meeting recovery deadlines and to avoid rushing him back onto the pitch before he’s fully fit.
Hazard was present at Valdebebas on Wednesday morning, having been given permission from Zinedine Zidane to not attend the game against Atalanta on Tuesday night.