Argentina and Napoli’s great player Diego Maradona continues with an “incredible recovery” from brain surgery, according to his personal physician, Leopoldo Luque.
The 60-year-old man underwent a “routine” operation for a subdural hematoma last Tuesday, a day after being admitted to the hospital due to concerns about anemia and dehydration.
Luque previously revealed that Maradona will remain in the hospital until yesterday and has now provided an additional update on the legendary forward’s condition. “Diego is better, much better,” he said outside the Olivos Clinic in the province of Buenos Aires, where Maradona is staying.
“Every day it is getting better. His recovery is incredible. He’s very lucid. “
Maradona, who won the World Cup with Argentina in 1986 and guided Napoli to two Serie A titles, has been in charge of Gimnasia y Esgrima La Plata since 2019.
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