Former Chelsea striker Gianluca Vialli has been declared strong and healthy from a deadly disease which has threatened his for some time now. The former Chelsea striker who is 55-year-old has played for Italy in his international career.
The former Chelsea striker said in 2018 that he had recovered from cancer but later announced last year that last year that he was dealing with the disease again. Recently the former Chelsea striker was declared free from the disease in a statement which was brought by Chelsea Amazing news.
Gianluca Vialli has been given the all-clear following a 17-month battle with pancreatic cancer, the news is a very good one as Chelsea lost an ex-player recently. The player who died is a former Chelsea goalkeeper by Peter Bonetti. Gianluca Vialli is currently working as part of the Italy national team set-up.
As a player, Vialli played for Cremonese and Sampdoria before moving to Juventus, where he won the Serie A title and the Champions League. Vialli joined Chelsea in 1996 and was named player-manager following the sacking of Ruud Gullit in February 1998.
He went on to lead the Blues to victory in the League Cup, Uefa Cup Winners’ Cup and Uefa Super Cup in the same year. He also guided Chelsea to victory in the 2000 FA Cup final and Charity Shield – now the Community Shield – but was sacked early in the season after a poor start.
The former Chelsea striker made 59 appearances for Italy, and was in charge of Watford, who was in the second tier for the 2001-02 season but was dismissed after the Hornets only finished 14th at the end of the season.