- Ronald Koeman has landed in hospital after suffering heart problems
- The 57-year-old underwent a cardiac catheterization
- Doctors have said he is now in stable condition
The current Holland manager was rushed to the hospital after he suffered heart problems on Sunday, May 3, according to latest reports by SunSport.
Koeman was immediately operated upon as he underwent cardiac catheterisation moments after he was rushed down via an ambulance.
Holland outlet Telegraaf claimed that the development was confirmed through the wife of the former Barcelona star, Bartina.
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It was gathered that the ex-Southampton boss had a stent (a tube that keeps the blood vessel open) placed in the vein as his coronary artery was blocked.
Doctors who are attending to the case have reportedly confirmed his stability as they say he was rushed to the hospital on time.
There has been no suggestion his heart problem was coronavirus related.
Koeman was preparing his Holland side for Euro 2020 this summer before the coronavirus crisis forced the tournament to be postponed a year.
As a player, Koeman featured for Barcelona between 1989 and 1995 where he appeared in 192 games scoring 67 goals.
He returned to the Camp Nou in 1998 to work as the assistant coach before he left in year 2000.
Fans of the club recently named him among the top 20 player ever to have played for the Catalan giants.
Meanwhile, Blaise Matuidi has opened up about his unusual behaviour after testing positive to the deadly coronavirus.
The France international is one of three Juventus stars that have contracted the disease including Daniele Rugani and Paulo Dybala.
Though the midfielder has made full recovery, Matuidi disclosed that the sickness made him exhibit some unusual behaviour during the short period.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that the chairman of English Premier League club Crystal Palace Steven Parish has stated that the suspended 2019/2020 league season should return or else the game might never recover.
EPL and other top leagues across Europe were suspended as coronavirus crisis continue to ravage world economies, with more than 245,000 deaths across the globe.
Premier League chiefs are at crossroads as to decide what should be done to the league because the end of the pandemic is not in sight.
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