United owner Glazer suffers Easter Sunday stroke
Manchester United owner Malcolm Glazer has been released from hospital after suffering a stroke on Easter Sunday.
The 78-year-old, who controversially took control of the Old Trafford outfit in a £790million buyout last summer, was admitted to the Cleveland Clinic in Florida on April 16 after suffering the attack.
He has now been allowed to leave hospital, although a statement released on behalf of his son Joel has confirmed Glazer is still suffering from impaired speech and a lack of mobility in his right arm and leg.
'On behalf of the entire Glazer family, I want to thank everyone at the Cleveland Clinic for their outstanding care,' said Joel Glazer.
'My father's spirits are high and doctors expect his condition to improve with rehabilitation.'
It is now likely that Glazer will undergo further physiotherapy sessions aimed at recovering most, if not all, the movement he has lost.