The 27 years old Belgium international was unhappy with the schedule
he have only played 135 minutes this season and the reason he was invited to the national team was probably the fact that many of the
players are injured or tired
"It's all too much, not just for me," Hazard told reporters on Monday. "Champions League, Bundesliga, Nations League…I don't want to complain too much because we have to do our job, but it is a lot.
"Well, here at the Red Devils, everyone will get playing time. The national coach has selected many players. Playing them in all three matches for 90 minutes would be difficult.
"The players will not burn themselves out. Our coaches also ask us to be careful, not to risk too much.
"We also play with Dortmund every three days. It is a difficult issue – the national coaches also have to do their job. If we don't feel well, let's just say so."
He also talked about his brother
who has tested positive for COVID19 and was ruled out from the squad
"He is one of the best players in the world and it is always better to have him in your squad. Madrid lost last weekend without him and the Red Devils were also defeated in England. We all need an Eden at 100 per cent.
"Nevertheless, he feels good. He is in good health and shows no symptoms [of COVID-19]. He is quarantined at home in Madrid and unfortunately he is not here.
"It was really a surprise for him, an unpleasant one. The injury was gone and then coronavirus was showing up. I really hope that next time there is not something again.
"He's really unlucky. These are another two weeks gone. What can he do about it? Nothing."