Sir Alex Ferguson, Legendary Manchester United manager was rushed to hospital after suffering from a brain hemorrhage last weekend.
The UK Sun reports, he is now out of a coma and talking to his family, who have remained with him in hospital.
Sir Alex Ferguson’s first words after emergency brain surgery, were reportedly on Doncaster Rovers’ result.
He is said to have asked his family: “So, how did Doncaster get on?”
Ferguson is also said to have joked about attending the Champions League final. The match is between his old rivals Liverpool and Real Madrid in Kiev on May 26.
Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho, has disclosed that Sir Alex Ferguson’s health condition is getting better, adding that the family is “very positive”.
Recall that the legendary United boss was rushed to hospital after suffering a brain hemorrhage last weekend.
Reports claim he is now out of a coma and talking to his family, who have remained with him in hospital.
Speaking at his Wednesday press conference, Mourinho said: “His family asked for privacy and that’s what I am going to respect.
“They are positive, they are very positive. We are confident.”
Mourinho also insisted that Ferguson’s plight will not cast a shadow over United’s preparations for the remainder of the season.