Liverpool legend, Kenny Dalglish, has been admitted in the hospital after he tested positive for the deadly coronavirus.
According to the Sun UK, the Dalglish’s family made this known in a statement on Friday, stating that he was admitted on Wednesday.
The statement read, “Sir Kenny was admitted to hospital on Wednesday April 8 for treatment of an infection which required intravenous antibiotics.
“In keeping with current procedures, he was subsequently tested for COVID-19 despite having previously displayed no symptoms of the illness.
“Unexpectedly, the test result was positive but he remains asymptomatic.
“Prior to his admission to hospital, Sir Kenny had chosen to voluntarily self-isolate for longer than the advised period together with his family.
“He would urge everyone to follow the relevant government and expert guidance in the days and weeks ahead.
“He would like to take this opportunity to thank the brilliant NHS staff, whose dedication, bravery and sacrifice should be the focus of the nation’s attention at this extraordinary time.
“He would also ask that they are given the space to do their jobs during what is an extremely challenging time for them and that his own family’s privacy is respected.
“He looks forward to being home soon.
” We will provide further updates as and when it is appropriate.”
The former Scotland and Celtic striker, won five top-flight titles as a Reds’ player, one more as player-boss and another two as just manager.