Former Brazil striker Ronald is reportedly in intensive care with pneumonia in Ibiza, a Spanish island.
The 41-year-old is said to have been diagnosed with the illness on Friday night after being rushed to hospital.
According to a report, the two-time Ballon d'Or victor is now in the intensive care unit at a private hospital on the Spanish island, Ibiza.
Here's hoping he pulls through.
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He tweeted: "Friends, I had a strong flu picture in Ibiza and I had to be boarded on Friday but it's all in order". Tomorrow I get discharged and I go back home! "Thanks for all your support and your messages".
Contacted by AFP, a hospital spokeswoman said she was unable to give any information for privacy reasons. The hospital where Ronaldo is recovering could not be reached by Reuters for comment.
Ex-footballer Ronaldo has been taken into intensive care in an Ibiza hospital, according to reports.
Ronaldo was spending his summer vacation in Ibiza and owns a house in the area.
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Ronaldo was also a star for his country Brazilian bagging an incredible 62 goals in just 98 games.
However the pneumonia is likely to have been triggered by an unrelated bacterial infection. Tissue swells, and it can cause coughing and breathing difficulties.
During his glittering career Ronaldo won the FIFA World Player of the Year award three times, in 1996, 1997, and 2002.
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