Former Real Madrid and Spain goalkeeper Iker Casillas is in hospital after suffering a suspected heart attack while training with Porto, according to reports in Portugal.
According to information from Sky Sports, the Spaniard is said to have suffered a myocardial infarction according to TVI24 but is believed to be in a stable condition and it remains unlikely that he will return to action this season.
The Real Madrid legend was said to be feeling unwell after training earlier today. Casillas turns 38 on May 20 and has been at Porto since 2015. He recently put pen to paper on a new contract which sees him extend his stay at the Estadio do Dragao for an additional season.
President Pinto Da Costa praised his goalkeeper upon signing the deal.
"I'm sure it will not be his last contract, Iker has recorded that he loves this club and this city, and he has never moved for money,” he said.