Real Madrid faces an anxious wait for the fitness of Eden Hazard ahead of the coming El-Classico later this month at the Camp Nou.
The Belgian attacker has just two weeks to work on his fitness level in a bid to be available for the clash against Real Madrid fierce rival.
Real Madrid return to training on Monday morning with their main attention on the weekend clash against Cadiz and the former Chelsea star is yet to be involved.
Hazard was left out by Belgian manager Roberto Martinez for the clash against England and Iceland in their Uefa Nations League.
Hazard is working tirelessly to regain his fitness and to be included in the selection for the El-Clasico in a condition where he can contribute a meaningful to the clash.
La Liga is yet to confirm the exact date for the mouth-watering clash but it would be played between October 24 or 25, Hazard has two weeks to prove that he is capable to play in such a demanding game.
Real Madrid will play Shakhtar Donetsk before the El-Clasico in the Champions League group stage on October 21, it would be a big test for Hazard ahead of the big clash against Barcelona.
Thibaut Courtois, Dani Carvajal and Alvaro Odriozola are all injured and doubtful for the weekend clash against Cadiz.