Belgium forward Eden Hazard limped out of a behind-closed-doors training game on Friday but is expected to return to training on Saturday, according to manager Marc Wilmots.
Hazard, who will captain Belgium at Euro 2016 this summer, was forced off the pitch after having his foot stood on during a training match between the squad’s starting XI and reserve players.
The forward’s injury is not thought to be serious and he is expected to be available for Belgium’s Group E opener against Italy in Lyon on June 13.
Hazard will be hoping to make an impact for his nation in France after a disappointing domestic season for Chelsea.
‘I don’t think it is serious, just a knock,’ Wilmots told reporters after the match.
The 25-year-old managed to score just four goals in 31 Premier League appearances for the Blues last term and has since been linked with a move to Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint-Germain.
However, earlier this week Hazard dampened the speculation surrounding his future