Previous England and Tottenham striker Jimmy Greaves is being treated in clinic for a vague sickness.

The 80-year-old, a World Cup champ with England in 1966, scored 44 objectives in 57 games for his nation and a club-record 220 class objectives for Tottenham.

The ex-Chelsea and West Ham forward endured an extreme stroke in 2015.

“We can affirm that our record goalscorer Jimmy Greaves is as of now being treated in emergency clinic,” a Spurs articulation read.

“We are in contact with his family and will give further updates at the appropriate time.

“Everyone at the club sends their all the best to Jimmy and his family,” the announcement included.

An announcement from Greaves’ companion and operator Terry Baker said a further update would be given on Wednesday morning.

Greaves is fourth on the rundown ever England goalscorers, behind Wayne Rooney (53), Sir Bobby Charlton (49) and Gary Lineker (48).

He was a piece of England’s 1966 World Cup-winning crew however initially passed up a decoration since he was harmed during the competition’s gathering stage.

In the wake of recuperating, Greaves was kept separate from the beginning XI for the last and his substitution, Sir Geoff Hurst, scored a cap stunt as England beat West Germany 4-2 after additional time.

The World Cup crew players and the groups of director Sir Alf Ramsey and other reserved alcove staff were at long last given decorations in 2009.

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