Gonzalo Higuain’s brother Nicola urged the media to stay away from their family’s business while their mother is fighting cancer.
Our mother is battling cancer
Gonzalo Higuain’s brother Nicola urged the media to stay away from their family’s business while their mother is fighting cancer. In essence, the Juventus striker had recently left Italy amid the coronavirus pandemic to return to Argentina to be on its side. Gonzalo made headlines with his decision to leave Turin seven days in the recommended 14-day quarantine, making a long trip to South America through France and Spain due to the Covid-19 severely restricting travels around the world. After only a week of self-isolation, the actions of the 32-year-old resident left lawyer Rinaldo Romanelli – who studies the virus and its consequences – “at least perplexed,” saying in an interview that the player had to make out a two-week quarantine period.
They don’t care about my mother
Further, Romanelli doubted who allowed Higuain to leave, despite the Juventus statement that their isolation protocols were voluntary, and the brother of the Argentinean international seemed to break away from the lawyer. “Our mother, like many other people in the world, is struggling with a disease called cancer,” Nicola wrote in a post on social networks. “These people don’t care about my mother’s health; they only care about mentioning the magic word in this the case is “Higuain,” It’s evident that everyone knows who this message is for, and I don’t like to generalize. My brother Gonzalo traveled with the permission of the club and with a certificate that proves that he is cynical about Covid-19.
“Like every other Argentinean citizen in this country, he runs the quarantine activities requested by our president.” Gonzalo did not run away, okay? The reason is that he could be with our mother during this undesirable situation. Please do not use the magic word in this delicate family moment. Thanks. “Miralem Pjanic and Sami Khedira also allowed Juventus to return to Luxembourg and Germany, while Cristiano Ronaldo remains in Madeira after visiting his mother after suffering a stroke.