Bayern Munich ace winger Kingsley Coman underwent minor heart surgery to fix a minor heart problem. Coman last played in Munich’s clash against Barca last week in the Champions League coming on as a substitute. He had the operating procedure done in a German hospital. The news was revealed to the general public via an online press conference. Here’s an in-depth look: –
Kingsley Coman Heart Surgery: –
Coman had a minor heart problem. “He had a faint additional heartbeat, a minor heart rhythm issue. We monitored his heartbeat on the ECG for a significant period and decided to go for surgery. He briefly had a bit less air. This is why we decided to do the surgery. He was operated on Thursday.” Bayern’s Manager Nagelsmann told the virtual conference. Coman will be out of action for at least 2 weeks.
“On Tuesday he will start cardio training and will not be out longer than a week and a half or two weeks. It is not that serious. Many people have this issue. He feels well, has no pain.” Nagelsmann added.
Kingsley Coman Club Records and Statistics: –
Coman has played several games over the years for the German Giants. Coman has previously played for significantly decorated teams including Paris-Saint-Germain and Juventus. He played for PSG in the 2013-2014 season, where PSG won the Ligue 1. He further went on to play for the Italian Giants Juve. While playing for the boys from Turin, Coman helped them to reach the Champions League final in the same season. His move to the German club came in the 2016 season. Coman was on fire in the goal-scoring spree in Italy and based on that he was scouted by the German club.
While playing for the national team of France, Coman has done supremely well. His ball control and scanning abilities are too good. He was an integral member of the 2016 French Team that was runners-up at 2016 Euros.