Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson is 'awake and talking' in intensive care after suffering a brain h
Although no official updates have been provided since, the Daily Mail have provided uplifting news that he is now out of a coma and is 'sitting up talking and asking about his results' after citing friends of Ferguson.
The 76-year-old, however, remains in intensive care at Salford Royal Hospital surrounded by close friends and family, where his road to full recovery is expected to be a slow process.
The next few days are said to be 'crucial' in Ferguson's recovery according to a former player of his, with Ryan Giggs the latest to share his thoughts and well wishes like much of world football.
My thoughts and prayers are with you, my dear friend. Be strong, Boss! pic.twitter.com/kmih28Xpsq— Cristiano Ronaldo (@Cristiano) May 5, 2018
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Sir Alex Ferguson announced his retirement as Manchester United manager 5 years ago today!— Manchester United (@ManUnitedWorld) May 7, 2018
We’ll never forget his contribution to this club. The greatest manager ever, fact. A legend. Get well soon, we’re all wishing for your full & speedy recovery! pic.twitter.com/82cMSPPsid
"I know the operation has been a success – but he is a fighter and that is what makes me think that he will be able to make a recovery."
Giggs, made his debut for United under Ferguson at just 17-years-old, where his 941 appearances for the club made him a key figure in the 13 Premier League titles clinched by the legendary manager.