- Hazard has stated that he is obeying the Spanish authorities by staying at home during the coronavirus lockdown.
- The Belgian midfielder has also added that he is doing great after his stitches were taken out.
- "I can walk now, so everything is fine!" he has said.
Eden Hazard has talked to RTBF about life in Madrid during the coronavirus lockdown and how he is recovering by staying inside: "I'm fine! Always inside the house, taking care of myself."
"I'm doing better, they took the stitches out one week ago. Now I'm working a little harder.
"I can walk now, so everything is fine!"
The Real Madrid midfielder underwent ankle surgery in Dallas, USA on 5 March but had his stitches removed last Thursday. It took him around two weeks to reach the first milestone on the long path to recovery.
The 28-year-old Belgian will miss 2-3 months - good news for the 28-year-old, given that the European season has been suspended.
So far this season, the winger has missed more than 200 days of action due to injuries. He has scored one goal and made five assists in 15 appearances for Los Blancos this campaign.