Breaking: Russian President, Putin To Handover Power To Brutal Spy  Chief, Set To Undergo Cancer Surgery

The Russian president Vladimir Putin will undergo surgery for cancer, it has been claimed.

Vladimir Putin is set to undergo an operation for cancer and will hand over power to his hardline spy chief, a Kremlin insider has reportedly claimed.

The Russian President’s health has been source of considerable speculation amid reports that he is battling both abdominal cancer and Parkinson’s Disease.

But now it has been reported that 69-year-old Putin could soon go under the knife, with power transferred to Nikolai Patrushev.

Shadowy Patrushev, 70, is seen as a key architect of the Ukraine war strategy and the man who convinced Putin that Kyiv was awash with neo-Nazis.

Security boss Nikolai Patrushev will be in charge, says the a Kremlin insider.

The claim was reported on Russian media outlet General SVR, which first raised issues of Putin’s health around 18-months ago.

They quote an anonymous former high-ranking Kremlin military figure as saying: “Putin has discussed that he will be undergoing medical procedures.”

In video in which the source, whose voice appears to have been disguised, reveals that “doctors insist that he needs an operation, but the date has not yet been determined”.

“He will have surgery and while he is incapacitated,” he says, adding that he “thinks it’ll be for a short time”.

The source said the choice of spymaster Patrushev, which came after a two-hour “heart to heart” with Putin, was the “worst option”.

President Putin was seen slouched during a meeting with Sergei Shoigu earlier this month.

He went on to speculate that Putin’s health problems could deteriorate.

“What if, all of a sudden, Putin manifests particularly severe health problems?,” he said.

“We know very well that he has cancer, and Parkinson’s disease, as we have said many times.

“It was possible to contain it for some time, but now the course of the disease is progressing.”

When exactly Putin will go into hospital is unclear but it is unlikely to before May 9, when he presides over the grandiose Red Victory Day commemoration of the defeat of Hitler.

Russian self-propelled artillery vehicles, tanks and military vehicles roll along Tverskaya street toward Red Square during a rehearsal for the Victory Day military parade.

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