Eden Hazard tests positive for Covid-19

Real Madrid playmaker Eden Hazard
Harrison Ifeanyichukwu

Real Madrid playmaker and striker Eden Hazard has tested positive for COVID-19, a report from Amitai Winehouse says this morning ahead of next week's international break.

The Belgian international will now miss his country's international duties next week.

Belgium will play Switzerland, England and Denmark on Wednesday 11th, then Sunday 15th and finally Wednesday 18th the following week respectively.

Hazard had not represented his country since November last year, and this is due to keep him out of international duties for a complete one year.

Real Madrid will be playing away to Valencia on Sunday, tomorrow night. Madrid currently sits second in the La Liga league table with 12 points having won four out of five matches played so far.

Eden Hazard will miss Real Madrid's game against Valencia tomorrow night having tested positive for COVID-19.

Former Real Madrid player Cristiano Ronaldo who now plies his trade at Juventus also tested positive for Coronavirus that saw him miss the club's champions league against FC Barcelona.

Cristiano Ronaldo has long returned to footballing duties after testing negative for Covid19 last week.

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