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2018-08-16 11:49

Image: AP/Shizuo Kambayashi

Earlier on Thursday, reports suggested that Former F1 champion Michael Schumacher could continue his rehabilitation at a mansion in Spain, reports suggest

A Schumacher family spokeswoman has denied these reports, according to AFP

Michael Schumacher's lawyer denies Spain move

The injured F1 legend has been recovering at his family home in Switzerland following a skiing accident in 2014 during which he suffered a head injury.

Schumacher's wife reportedly purchased the home in July, according to Stuff.co.nz. The property was owned by Real Madrid president Florentino Perez. 

Katia Rouarch, the mayoress of the municipality of Andraxt, confirmed the move to a Swiss magazine

In 2016, it was reported that details of the the seven-time Formula 1 champion's R230-million medical bill has emerged three years after the accident. 

The property is reportedly around 15 000 square metres and features two swimming pools and immaculate gardens. 

Schumacher is the most successful driver in the sport's history with seven titles. He last raced for Mercedes in 2012.

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Many of the legendary driver's fans believe they deserve to know the status of Schumacher's condition. We asked Wheel24 readers is Schumacher and his family should be left in peace, or if details of his status should be released as public knowledge. 

Here's what they had to say:

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