Chelsea star Ramires has been released from hospital and he has assured the fans that his Illness is nothing serious to worry about. Ramires could not be part of Chelsea’s title winning match against Crystal Palace after being withdrawn from the playing eleven just minutes before kickoff.
Chelsea medical staff were initially worried about Ramires’ health as they rushed him to the hospital. After initial checkups, it was revealed that Brazilian had minor troubles with his kidney and he is good enough to resume his daily routine.
Ramires took to Instagram to assure his fans about his wellbeing. Ramires said: “I was very sick yesterday minutes before the match because of a renal complication, but I’m well and home with my family.
“Thank God it was nothing serious and I will be fully recovered in a few weeks.
“Thank you to all that sent me messages and were with me. I would like to thank the Chelsea’s medical team for the exceptional job.
“I was sad not to be part of the party on the pitch, but very pleased with the title, the only English title I had left to concur. Congratulations Chelsea!”
Ramires is likely to be rested for Chelsea’s next game but the Brazilian is expected to be fit for Chelsea’s last game of the season where they will get their hands on the Premier League trophy after 4 seasons.