Arsenal football player Pablo Mari, 4 others stabbed in supermarket in Italy, one dead
Arsenal defender Pablo Mari, who is currently on loan with Serie A side Monza, and four others have been stabbed on Thursday in a supermarket in Assago, Italy. One of them died en route to the hospital. The reports state the Arsenal footballer is out of danger.
Arsenal issued a club statement on Thursday night about the incident. In a statement, the football club wrote that they are all shocked to hear the dreadful news about the stabbing in Italy, which has put a number of people in hospitals, including their on-loan center-back, Pablo Mari. They further stated that the team is in contact with Pablo’s agent, who has told them he’s in the hospital and is not seriously hurt.
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Spanish footballer and Arsenal football club member Mikel Arteta said I just found out [about Pablo Mari]. I know Edu has been in touch with his relatives. He’s in the hospital but he seems to be okay.
According to the reports, the 29-year-old sustained injuries but they are not considered to be life-threatening. The Spanish footballer has suffered a fairly deep wound on his back and he is expected to recover quickly, reports state. Arsenal Manager Mikel Arteta said that Mari is currently in the hospital and he seems to be okay.
The police have arrested a 46-year-old Italian man suspected in this case. However, the reason behind his motive is not clear, but police said the man showed signs of being psychologically unstable. The police are currently investigating the matter.
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