Los Blancos returned to training last week after two months due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Eden Hazard has revealed he feels 'very good' to be back on the pitch training with his Real Madrid teammates. The Belgium forward was sidelined since February 22 when he broke his ankle in Madrid's 1-0 LaLiga defeat against Levante. After going under the knife in February and continuing his recovery, the ex-Chelsea attacker says he is pleased to be part of the training session that took place at the Valdebebas base. He also admitted that he needs more physical work to get to full fitness. "I feel very good to be back on the pitch working with my team-mates," Hazard told Real Madrid TV.
"Now we have to wait for the matches to come, but I'm very happy. After two months away I need more physical work and more ball work. I just want to be ready for the next game.
"Now the training is better, we can train the way we like to. The first week was a bit strange, but now we can train again in groups and also attacking the goal.
"We just want to be all together and try to work as a group."