Italy’s Serie A AC Monza said on the 21st, “Alejandro Papu Gomes was suspended for two years by FIFA for failing to pass the doping test. A sample taken when he played for Sevilla in Spain’s La Liga tested positive, he said.
The samples found terbutalin, a prohibited ingredient. It is a drug used to treat lung diseases such as asthma and bronchitis, and is a prohibited drug for athletes.
Gomes made two appearances at the Qatar World Cup.
Gomes is a veteran who played for atalanta (Italy) and seville. In September, he agreed to terminate his contract with Monza and joined Monza as an FA. The reason was a feud with Shibeya coach Gian Piero Gasperini. After Monza’s transfer, he played in two Serie A games.
This is the second doping detection in Serie A, Italy, this season. Earlier, Paul Pogba (Juventus) tested positive for testosterone.