March 23, 2019

Ronaldo Rushed To Hospital In Ibiza After Coming Down With Pneumonia

12 August 2018, 11:14 | Anna Jefferson

Ronaldo is suffering from pneumonia

Ronaldo is suffering from pneumonia

Former Brazil striker Ronald is reportedly in intensive care with pneumonia in Ibiza, a Spanish island.

Ronaldo, 41, was reportedly rushed to a hospital Friday night.

The Brazilian legend asked for a transfer to private hospital called Clinica Nuestra Señora del Rosariro per respected island daily Diario de Ibiza.

A spokesperson from Can Misses Hospital, where Ronaldo is being treated, said she was unable to give any information for privacy reasons.

Ronaldo is widely regarded as one of the best football players.

According to reports, Ronaldo, who was on holiday in Ibiza, remains in intensive care and but has been "evolving favourably".

Ronaldo, whose full name is Ronaldo Luiz Nazario de Lima, rose to fame for his exploits as a striker for many of Europe's top clubs, as well as the Brazilian national team.

At club level, he spent time with Barcelona, Real Madrid, AC Milan and Inter Milan.

He won his first cap for Brazil as a 17-year-old and went on to score 62 goals in 97 global appearances, including both goals when Brazil beat Germany 2-0 in the 2002 World Cup final. Tissue swells, and it can cause coughing and breathing difficulties. He was part of the Brazil squad who won the 1994 World Cup - although he did not play - and helped them reach the 1998 final.

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