“We would prefer to report something different tonight,” Paris St. Germain Twittered on Tuesday evening and announced that Mikkel Hansen suffered a pulmonary embolism and vein inflammation. Last week, the Dane was operated in his homeland on the knee – and attracted the diseases immediately after his return to France. The three-time world handball player is now except mortal danger. For the coming four to six months, Hansen, who is considered one of the best handballs in the world, should be treated with blood coagulants – which is not compatible with “contact sport at a high level”. The season has run for the 34-year-olds. Hansen should therefore have already denied his last game for PSG. In the summer, the Dane returns to his home to Aalborg Handbold. With Paris, Hansen, who has been playing for PSG since 2012, eight times of national masters and gained the trophy four times.