Ex-Manchester United manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, is out of coma and showing promising early signs of recovery following emergency surgery on a brain hemorrhage, family sources say.
According to the Sun, Ferguson has been sitting up and talking to family and friends.
Recall that the 76-year-old was rushed by ambulance from his home in Wilmslow, Cheshire last weekend and was taken first to Macclesfield district hospital and then to Salford hospital, he later underwent a brain surgery.
“Surgery went very well and the 76-year-old’s response to treatment has given encouragement and cautious optimism to those close to him,” the report said.
News of Ferguson’s condition has rocked the football world, which has rallied to support the United statesman.
Ferguson won an unprecedented 38 trophies during his 26 years at Old Trafford before retiring in 2013.