It is a tragic loss for the Giallorossi that it was possible that the young star would have died of complications of a disease called type 2 diabetes.
However, his former coach, Giovanni Trapattoni, has confirmed that the midfielder is still recovering from the condition and will have to undergo further tests.
“I think it is a shame that he could have passed away because he is a talented, intelligent, hard-working player,” Trapattini told Sky Sport Italia.
“He had a long career with Juventus.
I wish him the best for the future.”
Gialloblu has spent the last few months recovering in a hospital after suffering from severe dehydration and dehydration-related complications in a training ground accident.
He had recently returned to training and he could not continue, but Trapatti believes he is in good spirits and ready to play.
“It is impossible to predict what will happen,” Trapitti said.
What went wrong? “
The first question is: why?
What went wrong?
I know that it is difficult to speak about a person’s condition.
I have always said that there is no one who has a more natural talent than the player.”