Liverpool legend Sir Kenny Dalglish has tried positive for coronavirus and is in clinic yet is indicating no manifestations, his family have reported.
Dalglish was admitted to medical clinic on Wednesday for treatment of a contamination which required intravenous anti-infection agents.
The 69-year-old previous Celtic and Scotland forward was routinely tried for coronavirus in the wake of being conceded.
“Suddenly, the test outcome was certain however he stays asymptomatic,” the Dalglish family said.
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Dalglish won the Scottish association title multiple times at Celtic before moving to Liverpool in 1977. At Liverpool his distinctions included eight association Championships as a player and director and three European Cups.
He additionally won the Premier League as Blackburn Rovers supervisor in 1995.
The announcement included: “He might want to accept this open door to thank the splendid NHS staff, whose devotion, courage and penance ought to be the focal point of the country’s consideration at this exceptional time.
“Preceding his admission to medical clinic, Sir Kenny had decided to willfully self-disengage for longer than the prompted period all together. He would ask everybody to follow the pertinent government and master direction in the days and weeks ahead.
“He anticipates being home soon. We will give further updates as and when it is suitable.”