Hazard no viajará a Liverpool.
Se une a las bajas de Ramos, Carvajal, Lucas Vázquez y Varane.
— Miguel Ángel Díaz (@miguelitocope) April 12, 2021
The La Liga champions were hopeful that the Belgian international would be fit for the second leg of the Champions League quarter-final at Anfield on Wednesday evening.
However, it appears Hazard’s fitness struggles are set to continue for a while longer. The 30-year-old has made just 36 appearances in his two seasons at the Bernabeu, following his £100m switch from Chelsea.
During his seven years in England, the winger made a habit of scoring big goals against Liverpool, having scored six and provided two assists in 16 appearances.
It appears that as well as manager Jurgen Klopp not having to worry about the threat posed by Hazard, Real will have plenty of other players missing. The likes of captain Sergio Ramos, Raphael Varane, Lucas Varquez and Dani Carvajal are also unavailable for selection.
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There was concerns coming out of Cobham in the build-up to Saturday’s showdown (12:30pm) as Kai Havertz was absent from the training session shown by Sky Sports cameras. But those fears appeared to be alleviated when the German previewed their trip to Merseyside via the official club’s social media.
Mudryk trained for the first time this week after arriving in west London from Shakhtar Donetsk. His involvement at Anfield on Saturday remains to be seen but Potter failed to rule out if he’d play any part.
“Good, really good. Young, exciting player, fantastic speed, one-v-one, can attack the backline and now we’ve got to help him adapt to the Premier League,” he said on the 22-year-old new signing, but it was conceded a full debut is unlikely. “Adapt to us, he’s come from a mid-season break so hasn’t played so much football recently but has been training well.