Michael Schumacher was left in a coma after suffering a head injury while skiing in the French Alps in December 2013. The Formula 1 legend underwent two life-saving operations and was withdrawn from the coma in April 2014. Details about the German athlete’s latest health condition remained scarce until now. However, new reports claim that the seven-time world champion could possibly be moved to the United States for a state-of-the-art treatment.

German racer might be flown to America

Bravo Magazine claimed that there could be a new hope for Michael Schumacher after his wife, Corinna, decided to "try new care." The publication claimed that the Formula 1 legend would be transferred from his family home near Lake Geneva in Switzerland to their cattle ranch in Texas.

The athlete’s spouse reportedly consulted a brain injury specialist before coming to a decision.

"We have extensive experience with trauma patients,” Dr. Mark Meeks told Expressen, as cited by Mirror, in an interview. "There is probably no clinic in Europe that handles as many cases as we do,” the specialist went on. While these claims could possibly be true, neither Corinna Schumacher nor the family’s spokesperson has confirmed anything as of yet. Therefore, fans should take these reports lightly until everything is proven true and correct.

This is not the first time that a European publication has issued an update about Michael Schumacher’s latest health condition. In fact, close family members and pals of the Formula 1 legend previously slammed Bunte Magazine after it claimed that the athlete could walk again two years since the tragic accident.

The news outlet even stated that he was very thin and he can raise an arm.

Many fans have celebrated the positive news but it was later learned that the claims were not true. Attorney Felix Damm even clarified that the German racer cannot stand without the help of his therapists. Earlier this year, Bunte was asked to pay Michael’s family €50,000 for publishing false claims.

'Michael’s health is not a public issue'

Sabine Kehm previously said that the family would keep the details of his client’s health condition under wraps despite the public’s insistent demand. "Michael's health is not a public issue, and so we will continue to make no comment in that regard,” Michael's manager told The Telegraph.

“We have to protect his intimate sphere,” she went on.

Formula One Motorsports Managing Director Ross Brawn also refused to comment on Michael’s latest health condition as he respects the family’s decision to conduct his recuperation privately. Ross, however, shared that he is praying for his good friend’s full recovery. Stay tuned for more news and updates about the Michael Schumacher’s health condition!