A football club owner has been left mourning over his son's sudden death after he was found lifeless in a luxury apartment in London.
Armando Zamparini was discovered inside his Mayfair home after his father was unable to get through to him that same day.
The 23-year-old was tragically found dead just a day before he was meant to start his new job at a multinational company.
His father Maurizio Zamparini, former president of Palermo football club, sent his son a good luck message on Thursday but never received a response.
He told La Repubblica: "I never received an answer. Because Armandino died the day before yesterday. It is an infinite tragedy."
Armando, who had a master's degree in management, was discovered by a maid who called an ambulance on Thursday, according to Italian newspaper Corriere.
He was the youngest out of Zamparini's five children but was the only child he shared with partner Laura Giordani.
It is believed that the devastated dad is making his way to London with Laura, reports The Sun.
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It has been confirmed that a medical examination is underway.
Speaking about his son's health, the former Palermo president said: "He has suffered from severe asthmatic bronchitis in the past, which has given him various problems, but nothing else that I know of."
His mother also released a statement, which read: "My angel Armando is gone. Armando passed away peacefully in his apartment in Mayfair."
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The Palermo football team paid tribute to his family in a letter that read: "President Dario Mirri and the whole Palermo FC family gather in terrible pain over the untimely death of Armando, son of former Rosanero President Maurizio Zamparini.
"The memory of ‘Armandino’ is and will remain vivid in the Palermo collaborators who met him and saw him grow during the period of Zamparini’s presidency in Viale del Fante.
"To Armando’s parents and family members, our deepest condolences."
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