AC Milan CEO Ivan Gazidis recognized with throat most cancers

AC Milan CEO Ivan Gazidis recognized with throat most cancers

AC Milan CEO Ivan Gazidis has been recognized with throat most cancers. Jonathan Moscrop/Getty Photos

AC Milan CEO Ivan Gazidis has been recognized with throat most cancers, the Serie A facet introduced on Tuesday.

Milan stated docs anticipated Gazidis to “make a full restoration” and that he’ll proceed working in his position as he undergoes remedy.

“AC Milan informs its followers and stakeholders that our CEO, Ivan Gazidis, has been recognized with a most cancers of the throat,” a membership assertion learn. “Based mostly on an intensive sequence of assessments and scans, docs anticipate he’ll make a full restoration.

“Ivan will stay operational throughout the crucial remedy in specialised clinics, with the complete help of the possession, President Scaroni and the membership’s senior administration.

“Everybody concerned with the Membership needs Ivan all the most effective for a full and speedy restoration. We’re all with you.”

Gazidis, who left Arsenal to hitch Milan in September 2018, remained optimistic concerning the analysis.

“In fact, there’s by no means time for a analysis of most cancers,” he stated. “However I’ve a really curable type of most cancers and a optimistic analysis.

“I’ve world class medical experience, and the help of so many family members and everybody on the membership, and I’m assured primarily based on all recommendation that the most cancers can be handled efficiently, with a full restoration.

“My analysis demonstrates the significance of normal medical examine ups, even when you do not have signs. I might encourage everybody to prioritise their well being and to verify, even within the each day obligations of life and work, that they’ve their common medical checkups.

“We’ve a robust team, each on and off the pitch and I’ve full religion of their potential to drive our membership ahead over the approaching weeks. See you quickly and all the time Forza Milan.”

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