Roma executive and former goalkeeper De Sanctis conscious and stable
Roma executive and former goalkeeper Morgan De Sanctis conscious and stable after undergoing emergency surgery to remove his spleen following car accident in the Italian capital
- Morgan De Sanctis was involved in a car accident in Rome on Tuesday
- De Sanctis suffered fractures to his ribs and back after his car overturned
- The former goalkeeper underwent surgery and is now conscious and stable
Roma executive Morgan De Sanctis has undergone emergency surgery after he was involved in a car accident in Rome on Tuesday night.
De Sanctis’s car is reported to have overturned while he was driving close to the EUR business district in the Italian capital.
The former Roma goalkeeper suffered fractures to his ribs and back.
Rome executive Morgan De Sanctis (left) has undergone surgery following a car accident
Reports in Italy suggest that the 43-year-old had surgery to remove his spleen as well to treat internal bleeding.
He will be kept at Gemelli Hospital on the outskirts of Rome for the next 24 hours as doctors continue to assess his condition.
De Sanctis has been at Roma since 2018 following his retirement as a player. He spent the majority of his playing career at Udinese and Napoli where he made 194 and 147 Serie A appearances respectively.
De Sanctis was Roma’s first-choice goalkeeper for three years from 2013 and 2016
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