Pelé returned to the hospital to monitor his health, which was compromised at the end of August due to a reflux problem
As a precautionary measure to monitor your health status, Brazilian star Edson Arantes do Nascimento, known as Pelé, returned to the Intensive Care Unit at the Albert Einstein Hospital, in São Paulo, Brazil, where he had been hospitalized since the end of August.
Pelé had a reflux problem the night of Thursday, August 17, which motivated the decision of the doctors. Despite this, according to the ESPN Brazil report, he is doing well.
Pelé’s advisers, nor the Albert Einstein Hospital confirm this information. No new medical bulletin is expected to be published this Friday.
Pelé had left the ICU last Tuesday, to continue his recovery in a quarter. He even posted a text on his social media saying he was willing to “play 90 minutes, plus overtime.” “We will be together soon,” he concluded.
Pelé had a colon tumor identified during routine examinations on August 31. He underwent surgery on September 4 for removal, and the results of the pathological analysis were not released.