Shinji Kagawa has taken to Twitter to give some reassurance to Manchester United fans that he is in good health after a scare on Wednesday night.
An ambulance was called to the 24-year-old’s house on Wednesday by a concerned neighbour as he was having breathing difficulties.
Although the paramedic on scene was able to overcome the issues on site and Kagawa didn’t have to go to hospital, there was concern over Kagawa but he has taken to Twitter to reassure fans that he is in good health.
“As covered by media reports, I fell sick after the match against Everton,” he said on Twitter.
“I am feeling much better now and I would like to thank you all for your sympathies.”
Moyes earlier admitted he wasn’t sure whether Kagawa would be fit in time to play Newcastle tomorrow but it sounds like he has a chance of being ready which is great to hear.
That’s the last time Kagawa will watch Match of the Day after United lose a game I imagine.