Michael Carrick, Manchester United midfielder and captain, has officially announced that he was diagnosed with a heart issue which was the reason he didn’t play for two months.
Carrick has shared on his personal account on Twitter a clarification about the real reason he didn’t play with Manchester United for over two months, and the concerns about his health and fitness.
Michael Carrick said:” I felt strange in the second half of Burton’s match last September, I underwent several tests. It turned out I am suffering from an irregular heart rhythm, and I had to undergo a procedure called Cardiac Ablation.”
Carrick continued:” I had to go back to training slowly and being monitored, but now I healthy and feel good and I am back to the team training and working hard.”
Knowing that Michael Carrick’s contract expires next summer after he extended it for one season last summer. Carrick has made so far more than 400 appearances with the Red Devils and won several trophies such as the Premier League and Champions League.
Michael Carrick is expected to be back soon with the main squad. Stay tuned for our latest updates regarding Carrick’s confirmed return date.
Get well soo captain, Carrick!