The former soccer player and coach of Valladolid Eusebio Sacristán has spent the night stable and his clinical situation is the same as yesterday, December 31, after the surgical intervention to which he was subjected after suffering a severe head injury yesterday.
As reported this Friday in a statement by the foundation that bears his name, Eusebio, 15 times international as a player with the Spanish National Team, remains in an induced coma and in the Intensive Care Unit awaiting its evolution, “key in these first days after the operation”.
New statement on the health status of Eusebio Sacristán (January 1, 2021). He remains stable and the family appreciates the affection and care of the staff of the Hospital Clínico de Valladolid. pic.twitter.com/UoaVyn0ZGM
– Eusebio Sacristán Foundation (@ESFundacion) January 1, 2021
Likewise, the Foundation has transferred that the family report your health status through a daily statement that will be issued by this entity around noon, once they have received medical information.
Similarly, the Eusebio Sacristán Foundation has stated that it is “deeply grateful” for so many expressions of affection towards the former player and of interest in his state of health, and “especially for the care received from all the staff who attend him at the Hospital Clínico Universitario de Valladolid”.
The former player and soccer coach is in an induced coma after undergoing surgery this Thursday at the Hospital Clínico de Valladolid to improve the intracranial pressure that has caused a clot in the head, as a result of a fall and a head injury.