Footballing superagent Mino Raiola was rushed to hospital last Wednesday much to the surprise of the footballing world, with reports at the time claiming he was in a stable condition. Yet it has now emerged that the Italian is now in intensive care in a ‘serious condition’, following a lung problem.
His Twitter account confirmed that he was put under anaesthesia upon his arrival to the Lombardian capital, whilst also stating that ‘no emergency service happened.
It appeared that Raiola would be discharged in a matter of days after routine operation.
But according to BILD, the controversial figure has been moved to San Raffaelle’s intensive care unit with ‘a lung disease’.
They claim that due to the severity of the disease, Raiola is said to have been in care since his arrival.
And it is believed that his condition has deteriorated since his arrival, with reports that he has been moved to a more severe unit of the hospital as a result.
Raiola has been in the headlines recently given the prominency of rumours in deals for both Pogba and Haaland.
The French midfielder, 28, is set to leave Manchester United on a free transfer this summer after garnering interest from Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid after strong performances at Euro 2020.
Meanwhile, Haaland has been the poster boy for Raiola in recent months, with the Norwegian likely to move on from Borussia Dortmund should anyone activate his reported £68million release clause.
Manchester City and Real Madrid are the two clubs most credited with an interest in the prodigy.
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