Porto will offer Casillas a new job

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According to O Jogo, Porto’s management plans to offer Iker Casillas a job at the club after he ends the career.

Recall, the 37-year-old football player suffered a myocardial infarction in training, after which he was hospitalized. Casillas was released from hospital on May 6.

The footballer says he is not sure if he will continue playing.

Previously, the doctors reported that Casillas would be able to return to football no earlier than in six months. Probably, the goalkeeper will be forced to complete a career in the near future.

In addition, Porto’s President confirmed that the club plans to enter the transfer market in order to find a new goalkeeper.

(Reporting by Dan McGlush, editing by Valerie Cooper)

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