OMG! Real Madrid Star Eden Hazard Might Never Play Football Again!

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A Spanish football doctor has warned Real Madrid midfielder Eden Hazard that he will ‘never play football again’ if he undergoes surgery, MySportDab reports.

Hazard has been heavily affected by his endless injuries since he joined Real Madrid for £130million from Chelsea in 2019.

He is currently out with another ankle injury at the moment and wants to undergo another operation.

However, A doctor at Atletico Madrid, Dr Jose Gonzalez, has warned that a third ankle surgery could end Hazard’s football career.

He said: ‘Hazard must work harder to train with the team for 10 training sessions.

‘In my experience it’s very difficult for him to playing at the level most people expect with Real Madrid this season.

‘If a player returns after a long injury without training very well, the next thing is that he’s injured again.

‘He is anxious to get back on the field and show he’s worth and give 100%, but he’s not there yet.

‘If a third operation is done on Eden Hazard’s ankle, there is a possibility that he won’t play football ever again.’

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According to reports, Hazard is now London to seek a opinions about his endles injury problems.

He only returned recently for Real Madrid in the 2-1 La Liga win against Elche.

Coach Zinedine Zidane said he ‘does not know’ why Hazard has suffered another injury.

Real want to postpone plans for another surgery but Belgium want Hazard to fix the problem as soon as possible so he can play at the postponed Euro 2020.

Hazard has started only nine matches this season and scored three goals.

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