Eden Hazard's debut is in Zinedine Zidane's hands. The Belgian hasn't featured competitively for Real Madrid since joining from Chelsea, but he's
Eden Hazard’s debut is in Zinedine Zidane’s hands.
The Belgian hasn’t featured competitively for Real Madrid since joining from Chelsea, but he’s been training all week ahead of this weekend.However, Zidane’s press conference comments suggest his place in the XI isn’t so sure.
Having been injured for three weeks, the coach is reluctant to take any risks. Meanwhile, James Rodriguez, Brahim Diaz and Rodrygo Goes all appear ready to play.
The big problems come in midfield, where Madrid are without Luka Modric, and only Toni Kroos is 100 percent fit.Fede Valverde is back from Uruguay duty but has picked up a knock and will miss the Levante game, while Casemiro, Vinicius Junior and Eder Militao have not trained like usual after returning from the Brazil camp.
Gareth Bale will miss the game against Levante through suspension, while Modric, Isco and Marco Asensio are also out.