Real Madrid forward Eden Hazard will continue his recovery from the broken ankle in the comfort of his own home, following Real Madrid's instruction that the players must be in self-isolation after Trey Thompkins has tested positive for the coronavirus.
However, the good news for the 29-year-old Belgian is that the stitches he had after the operation he underwent in Dallas on March 5 were removed.
Arancha Rodriguez, COPE journalist, reported that the area is in perfect condition and that's great news, given that the first two weeks after a surgery are very important in because after that you can set deadlines for the recovery the possible date of return to the pitch.
As the rest of the squad, Hazard must follow training plan and diet program at home.
That will help the Real Madrid doctors to closely monitor his progress and rehabilitation.
The postponement of the fixtures caused by the coronavirus pandemic might turn out to be a positive thing for the Belgian as it has bought him time to recover and maybe return to action soon.
Hazard wanted to return to the pitch for the European Championship, but it was suspended until 2021 and it is still unknown when LaLiga Santander and the Champions League will resume, but if everything goes okay Hazard will be back in the final stage of the season.
Of course, there is no need to hurry, because that might get things worse. However, this month is the key moment for Eden Hazard is he wants to to make a healthy recovery.