Diego Maradona struggles with operational symptoms after brain surgery. Leopoldo Luque, the doctor of the legend, said Maradona would stay in the hospital for a few more days.
The living legend of football, Diego Armando Maradona, hospitalized at the end of last week and operated on for a clot in a vein in his brain.
Doctor Leopoldo Luque, who made a statement in front of his supporters waiting for 60-year-old Maradona in front of the hospital. “The level of recovery is very good. He will soon be able to stand up, walk. Diego has no neurological damage. Still, we will continue to be careful.”
Maradona, who was the manager of Gimnasia, one of the teams of the Argentine First Football League, celebrated his 60th birthday on October 30.
Maradona, one of the best players in the history of football, lifted the FIFA World Cup in 1986 with the Argentine National Team jersey, and won the league championship with the Italian club Napoli twice.