Eden Hazard has sent a warning message to Spanish League rivals Celta Vigo after scoring two stunning goals in Real Madrid’s training.

The Belgian attacker joined Los Blancos from Chelsea in a deal valued around £100 million last summer but sustained an ankle injury in November.

Hazard last featured for the Galacticos in their Champions League group stage clash against Paris Saint-Germain on November 26.

The 29-year-old winger has now returned to training ahead of this weekend’s La Liga clash having started his career on a shaky note at Santiago Bernabeu.

So far this season, the Belgian forward has scored once and assisted four other goals in 13 appearances across competitions.

With his return to training, Real fans cannot wait to have their summer signing back in the starting line-up of their team. It is left to be seen if Zinedine Zidane will alter his winning team in the last few games to include the Blues legend in his squad against Celta Vigo this weekend.

Meanwhile, Hazard’s early days back in training shows the Belgian is looking ready to roar for the Spanish League giants.

He shared a short clip of his progress on his official Twitter handle earlier this week after scoring two stunning goals. The 29-year-old would hope he can replicate the form when he returns fully for the Bernabeu side on Sunday night.

Team captain Sergio Ramos on seeing his teammate in their training session had to applaud the star for the hard work he has been putting into his recovery process. Madrid are sitting atop La Liga table with three points better than their bitter rivals Barcelona and they will hope they can consolidate on that after this Sunday’s encounter.