Real Madrid attacker, Eden Hazard is expected to be out on the sidelines for just ten days following the injury he sustained against PSG.
Eden Hazard was subbed off in the second half of Real Madrid’s thrilling 2-2 draw with Paris Saint-Germain in last night’s UCL group f game, leaving lots of fears to many with El clasico knocking on the door.
The Belgian forward was knocked down by his fellow compatriot, Thomas Meunier, and was seen in pains, and struggling to move with a knock on his ankles.
But his medical reports shows that he was diagnosed with external perimaleolar contusion on his right leg.
The 28-year old is expected to miss about ten days of action– which will be just in time to face Barcelona.
The first El Clasico of the season is slated for 18th of December but Real will be facing Alaves (Nov 30), Espeanyol (Dec 7) , Club Brugge (Dec 11) and Valencia (Dec 15) before the dinner date at Camp Nou.
The Real Madrid number ten is expected to return in action for Los Blancos against Club Brugge, giving him enough time to prepare for his very first El Clasico game.