- Eden Hazard and other Real Madrid stars have been placed under strict diet plans
- The Spanish La Liga has been suspended indefinitely following the spread of COVID-19
- Hazard is currently recovering from an injury he sustained in a match against Levante
Eden Hazard has been put on a strict dietary plan and given personal training regimes as he continues his recovery from injury during his coronavirus quarantine.
Fitness coach Gregory Dupont has now tasked Hazard and other Real Madrid stars to keep themselves 100 per cent fit and ensure they eat properly.
Each player is being given nutritional advice, to ensure they are getting enough protein to maintain muscle mass, as well as vitamins.
Dupont claimed: "You have to live as though you're in Valdebebas [Real's training facility]."
Hazard did not hide the fact about being over-weight when he arrived at the Santiago Bernabeu from Chelsea last summer.
He said: “[My weight?] I don’t hide it. I am someone who takes weight fast and loses it fast.
“When I was in Lille at 18, I weighed 72 kilos. Afterwards, I gained muscle mass up to 75 kilos.
“On a bad day I weight 77 kilos, but weighed 80 this summer. I lost everything in ten days.”
Legit.ng had earlier reported that Mike Tyson became the youngest heavyweight in boxing at the age of 20 after defeating Trevor Berbick in 1986.
He held the title for years until he was beaten by James Douglas but the former undisputed champion admits his lifestyle outside of the ring contributed to his downfall, Daily Star reports.
The 53-year-old said on a podcast that all of his money was spent on a lavish lifestyle that includes drinking, womanizing and extravagant food.
Tyson admitted he was sick and needed help back in the day when things were going his way for him in the squared-circle.
Legit.ng also reported that Cristiano Ronaldo has taken a step further in helping people of his native home to fight the deadly Coronavirus, on ESPN.
The 35-year-old along with his agent Jorge Mendes have made financial donations to hospitals treating victims of the COVID-19.
One of which is the intensive care unit of the North Lisbon's University Hospital Centre (CHULN) and the same wing of the Porto's Santo Antonio hospital.