Christian Stuani suffers from a benign cardiac arrhythmia. But don’t worry because the Uruguayan player is not in danger and in a month it is expected that he will compete again. Girona’s medical services detected it in time and, following conservative treatment, Stuani will be discharged in four weeks and will be able to return to training with the rest of his teammates. “Thank you all for the support and affection that I am receiving. Thank God I am fine and my health is not in danger. Grateful to the medical teams that were with me and taking care of me. It has been quite a scare. Now thinking about recovery”, exposed the tip in his social networks.
Fortunately everything was in a scare and the Uruguayan striker is fine and is optimistic. During the next month he will undergo regular medical check-ups, something totally normal, and he will be able to carry out continuous running exercises. From the red and white entity they transmit tranquility and are positive. What is certain is that It will be low for the next matches against Mallorca, Valladolid, Betis and Real Sociedad. In this way, in the best of cases, his return to the pitch is expected for the match on October 9 against Atlético de Madrid away from home.
Stuani felt a bit fatigued during the week and after some medical tests the benign arrhythmia was detected. He is not incompatible with returning to the pitch and this is how he communicates from a Girona where optimism prevails. In addition, Míchel was clear: “Thank God in terms of health, he is perfectly fine and They have reassured us all with the tests they have done. Stuani is part of the heart of Girona and it beats strongly. He was a scare and nothing more. It is true that he is going to be out for a month, but after Going back to Primera, three years later, this is not going to stop him. In a very short time he will be back with us.”
Stuani reassures fans
Hours after the news broke, Christian Stuani himself published a message through social networks to thank the support received from the fans and at the same time recognize that, although it has been “a good scare”, he is in good condition and is already thinking of rejoining the team. “Thank you all for the support and affection that I am receiving. Thank God I am fine and my health is not in danger. Grateful to the medical teams that were with me and taking care of me. It has been quite a scare. Now thinking about recovery”he wrote on his personal Twitter account.