Liverpool’s legend Kenny Dalglish was released from the hospital on Sunday after being tested positive for coronavirus.
Sir Dalglish was admitted to the hospital on Wednesday in order to receive treatment after being tested positive for the disease.
The 69-years-old legend informed Liverpool fans that he is currently recovering from the disease in an official statement that was released by the club’s website.
The statement read as follows: "Thank you for all of your well wishes over the last few days.
“I’m delighted to be back home with the family after receiving brilliant care from the NHS, which we appreciate now more than ever. Marina and I would like to express our immense gratitude to the medical staff who cared for me and who continue to treat countless others throughout the country during an incredibly challenging period.
“I know the sun is shining for many of you, but I urge you to stay home and follow the government guidelines to the letter. This is undoubtedly the best way that we can look after one another at this time.
“We will now be in full lockdown for the recommended amount of time in order to protect the lives of others,” said Dalglish as reported from Liverpool’s official website.
During his career at the club, the Scottish Legend [Dalglish] won six league titles and the European Cups leading him to become one of Liverpool’s iconic players ever.
Following his retirement, Dalglish became Liverpool’s manager in 1985 until 1991 where he was able to win the Football League title three times and the FA Cup twice as well as several other cups.