The 'Pichu' Cuéllar, hospitalized with a liver abscess

The goalkeeper is already well, as reported by the club in a statement. Even so, he will spend several days under observation and will not play against Villarreal.

The goalkeeper of the Leganés Sports Club Ivan Cuéllar has been admitted to the Hospital Universitario de la Zarzuela after suffering an hepatic abscess, which has already been drained, according to the cucumber club informed in a statement. "Currently he is well and under antibiotic treatment. It is expected that in the next few days he will be discharged after the fortuitous infectious process is resolved", adds the medical part of the 'Pichu' Cuéllar.

Cuéllar was a fixture last season for Mauricio Pellegrino, enjoyed his confidence and played 36 games winning the position of the young Ukrainian Andriy Lunin. This season has played two games, missing the clash against Atlético de Madrid due to muscular discomforts.

Leganés receives Villarreal on Saturday (16.00 hours) in search of his first points. The pickers will not be able to count on the goalkeeper from Extremadura and will be Juan Soriano, assigned by Sevilla, who occupies the goal of the blue and white box.

A poster in tribute to Nadal

The CD Leganés made public on Thursday the official poster for Saturday's game in Butarque against Villarreal. With the photo of the back of a player clutching the underwear imitating the well-known gesture of the Balearic tennis player and with the text "Let's see if it works for us too" , this way the pickers publicize the encounter against Villarreal. 444444

The text in social networks also has no waste "We grab anything to start adding. We borrow it @ RaphaelNadal" A fun tribute to the Spanish champion and a curious way to encourage the pickers to score their first three points in the League. The Twitter post has had almost 1,000 likes, 377 RT and dozens of comments. In Instagram the post accumulated on Thursday afternoon more than 2,370 likes and about thirty comments.

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