The wounded included a Spanish soccer player, Pablo Mari, who is on loan to the Serie A club Monza from Arsenal, Lapresse reported.
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Born in Almussafes, Valencian Community, Marí was a product of RCD Mallorca’s youth system. He made his debut as a senior with the reserves at the age of just 17, going on to spend several seasons in the third division.
Marí made his first appearance with the first team on 7 December 2011, playing 30 minutes in a 2–2 draw against Granada CF after coming off the bench for fellow youth graduate Pedro Bigas.
On 5 May 2012 he played his second La Liga game, again acting as a substitute in a 1–0 home win over Levante UD.
Pablo mari Condition
Mari, who is understood to be conscious and not in a serious condition, was among six people attacked at a shopping centre in the Italian city.
Mari was among five people taken to hospital, with one of them – a man aged in his 30s – dying later.
Pablo mari Condition is stable and a sixth victim did not need hospital treatment.
Mari will spend Thursday night in hospital and undergo surgery on Friday to reduce muscle damage to his back.
The 29-year-old was shopping with his family when he was punched in the face before he was stabbed in the back, at the Assago shopping centre.
Also Sky Italy report that investigators have ruled out terrorism, and police have arrested a 46-year-old man.
Mari is on loan at Italian side Monza from Arsenal, who signed him from Brazilian club Flamengo in 2020.
Sky Italy understands Monza manager Raffaele Palladino is due to visit him on Thursday evening.
Pablo mari Stabbed
One person has died and four people, including Spanish soccer player Pablo Mari, were “seriously injured” after a stabbing attack on the outskirts of the Italian city of Milan on Thursday, according to Italian national police.
And the suspected attacker has been arrested, police said.
“A mentally unstable man decided to stab people. One person has died and four are now seriously injured,” a police spokesman said.
Mari, who is an Arsenal center-back currently on loan at AC Monza, was not seriously hurt in the attack, Arsenal said in a statement Thursday.
“We are all shocked to hear the dreadful news about the stabbing in Italy, which has put a number of people in hospital including our on-loan center-back Pablo Mari,” Arsenal said.
“We have been in contact with Pablo’s agent who has told us he’s in hospital and is not seriously hurt.
“Our thoughts are with Pablo and the other victims of this dreadful incident,” the statement read.
Is he alive
Pablo mari is still alive and is being treated in hospital with not seriously injured.
Arsenal defender Pablo Mari is in hospital following a stabbing attack that left another man dead, Sky Italy reports.
Mari, 29, was among six people attacked while shopping with his family at the Assago shopping centre in the Italian city of Milan.
Mari was taken to hospital after the attack, where he is understood to be conscious and not in a serious condition.
He is expected to have surgery to reduce muscle damage to his back.
The club’s chief executive Adriano Galliani was quoted by Sky Sports Italy as saying: “Pablo Mari had a fairly deep wound on his back, which fortunately did not touch vital organs such as the lungs or other.
“His life is not in danger, he should recover quickly.”
Mari was among six people being stabbed by a 46-year-old man in a supermarket in Milan. Four people are in critical condition.
The Gunners also released a statement about the player. Also They confirmed that the club has been in contact with the player’s agent and Mari is recovering in hospital at the moment.
The statement read (via Arsenal’s official website):
“We have been in contact with Pablo’s agent who has told us he’s in hospital and is not seriously hurt. Our thoughts are with Pablo and the other victims of this dreadful incident.”
Mikel Arteta also confirmed that the club’s technical director Edu has been in contact with the player’s acquaintances. Also He confirmed that Mari was not seriously hurt.
Mari joined the English club during the 2019-20 season and has made 22 appearances for the Gunners, scoring one goal. He has previously spent a loan spell with Italian side Udinese Calcio before joining Monza on loan this season.