Zinedine Zidane, coach of Real Madrid, talked to Eden Hazard and Toni Kroos, both of whom are suffering from injuries.
“We don’t have any preparations for Danger. We would not compel its return. We make a little movement.
I’m not sure when we’ll see him on the track. That’s perfect if it occurs in three days. If it can be done in 10 days, that’s great. We are relieved that things are looking up.
Kroos remained at the club and trained with us. We won’t be wasting time because we already have a lot of matches to play. Let’s see how we handle this case. The most significant aspect is one’s wellbeing.
I would prefer that all of my players are well, but that is not the case. All are extremely important. We have ten league games remaining, and we have to focus on that,” Zidane said.
It was previously announced that Hazard and Kroos are training in Real Madrid’s general community and could participate in the first match of the Champions League quarterfinals against Liverpool on April 6.