Sir Alex Ferguson is hoping to be fit enough to attend Manchester Uniteds Premier League opener against Leicester City in August as he continues his rehabilitation from a life-threatening brain haemorrhage.
The Scot was rushed to hospital in May and was in intesive care for four days after collapsing at his home in Cheshire.~
Ferguson spent four weeks in hospital recovering from the haemorrhage and was allowed to go home, where he was regularly monitored.
Ferguson was told he was extremely lucky to still be alive but the 76-year-old is showing no signs of slowing down and is confident of making it to Uniteds Premier League opener against Leicester in less than four weeks time, according to the Sun.
The Scot is improving every day and hopes that he will be fit enough to sit in Uniteds directors box as they take on the Foxes.
Hes not entirely out of the woods just yet, a source told The Sun on Sunday .
But everyone is hopeful hell be back to full health soon.
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