Jose Mourinho has given an update on the condition of Sir Alex Ferguson after the football legend suffered a brain haemorrhage.
The current Manchester United manager said things are looking “very positive” for his predecessor at the club, who led the Red Devils to 38 trophies during his 26 years as boss.
Sir Alex, 76, underwent emergency surgery on Saturday following the brain haemorrhage before entering a period of intensive care.
Speaking at a Man United press conference on Wednesday, Mourinho said: “His family asked for privacy and that is what I am going to respect. But (as a club) we are positive. We are very, very positive.”
Jose on Sir Alex: "His family asked for privacy and that is what I am going to respect. But [as a club] we are positive. We are very, very positive." pic.twitter.com/qWMGxjECHv
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Sir Alex is said to have spoken to family members from hospital.