Ivan Strinic has officially been cleared to resume training by doctors. This is good news for the Croatia international who was diagnosed with a life-threatening heart condition this past summer after joining Milan as a free agent from Sampdoria.
During the last few days, Ivan Strinic has undergone a series of medical examinations at the Cardiology Clinic in Padua coordinated by Prof Domenico Corrado, one of the leading international experts in sports cardiology.
The diagnosis is ”athlete’s heart” reversible hypertrophy. Therefore, the footballer may immediately resume sporting activities after three months suspension.
The Croatian defender will start training again at Milanello sports center from next Monday.
It’s good to see that Strinic can resume training, and he will likely be monitored extremely closely from here on out in order to assure that everything will be okay.