Antonio Conte suffered severe stomach pains and was rushed to the hospital for gallbladder surgery.
Tottenham have revealed their manager has been diagnosed with cholecystitis, an inflammation of the gallbladder.
In the future, he will undergo surgery to remove his gallbladder.
A Spurs statement confirmed: “Antonio Conte has recently suffered from severe stomach pains.”
He was diagnosed with cholecystitis and will have surgery to remove his gallbladder today and will return after recovery.”
“Everyone at the club wishes him every success.”
Conte’s withdrawal period is unknown.
However, he could miss the crucial game against Manchester City at Tottenham’s home, with assistant Christian Stellini likely to take over for him.
The London side are currently fifth in the Premier League.
And Manchester United and Newcastle are three points behind each with a game to go.
However, the Spurs are headed into the second half of the season with two new additions.
Arnout D’Anjuma was brought on loan from Villarreal despite his move to Everton being confirmed.
And he’s already made an impact, scoring on his debut against Preston in the FA Cup.
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