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Pele, 80, to be moved out of intensive care ‘in next day or two’ before going home to continue recovery from surgery

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PELE will go away intensive care inside the next 48 hours as he continues to get well from surgery, in accordance to his daughter.

The three-time World Cup winner, 80, had a tumour eliminated from his colon earlier this month.

Pele will go away intensive care inside the next 48 hoursCredit: AP
The Brazil legend, 80, had a tumour removed from his colon earlier this month
The Brazil legend, 80, had a tumour eliminated from his colon earlier this monthCredit: Reuters

He has been on the Alberto Einstein hospital in Sao Paulo since going below the knife.

The Brazilian legend has acquired 1000’s of well-wishes since news of his op emerged.

Now his daughter Kely Nascimento has offered a constructive replace on his situation through her Instagram account.

She wrote: “I would love to thanks very, very a lot, from the underside of my coronary heart, for all of the loving and anxious texts, DMs, zaps and emails I’ve acquired.

“I have not had time to reply all of them but, however I learn it and really feel embraced!

“He is recovering well from the surgery. He’s pain free, in a good mood ( He’s a little irritated that he can only eat jelly but he’ll get over it!! ) and ready to leave the ICU and then go home.”


She added: “He’s strong and stubborn, and with the help of all of Einstein’s amazing team, plus all the love and energy and light the world is sending, he’s out of this one!”

The hospital up to date the world about Pele’s situation final Friday by saying the icon was recovering satisfactorily.

Pele has suffered from hip issues for years and can’t stroll unaided. 

His public appearances have been already decreased before the coronavirus pandemic. 

And since then he has made few pointless forays exterior his home close to Santos.

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