Lord Alan Sugar underwent secret emergency heart surgery!

Tests discovered a narrowed artery

Lord Alan Sugar underwent emergency heart surgery in the US, it has been revealed.

The Apprentice boss had an operation after tests revealed he had a narrowed artery – which can be fatal.

Alan, 69, had a stent inserted, which is a permanent meshed tube which improves blood flow.

Alan on Apprentice

According to The Sun, doctors performed the procedure during his winter break to Florida.

Lord Sugar’s spokesman Andrew Block confirmed the news saying: “As part of his normal annual health check routine in the USA, Lord Sugar, four weeks ago had an angiogram and other heart tests.

“He was on the mend within a day and cleared to resume exercise after a week.

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“He’s in perfect medical health and plays tennis and rides his bike for 40 miles regularly.”

The business mogul first hinted at the problem after he posted a pic of a huge fry-up, and joked his cardiologist wouldn’t be happy with his choice for breakfast.

He captioned the snap: “My cardiogist came to breakfast. I can’t understand why he told me off.”

Despite recently undergoing surgery, Lord Sugar was pictured playing tennis against Jimmy Connors.

He also posted a picture of himself in a plane cockpit with local pilot Spencer Rich who runs a flying school in Boca Raton.

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