Former England manager Glenn Hoddle is out of hospital and recuperating at home following heart surgery last month, the 61-year-old's spokesperson said on Friday.
Hoddle, who spent the majority of his playing career with Tottenham Hotspur and also played for Chelsea and Monaco, was working for BT Sport as a pundit on his 61st birthday when he collapsed on Oct. 27.
Positive news this afternoon from Glenn Hoddle, who is now recuperating at home following a cardiac arrest in late October. Get well soon Glenn, and we look forward to welcoming you back to the Bridge! pic.twitter.com/ogp1E0HXHs— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) November 23, 2018
"To aid his recovery from a cardiac arrest, Glenn underwent surgery," the spokesperson said. "He responded well to treatment and is now at home recuperating from the procedure.
"The care that Glenn received from St Bartholomew's Hospital was exemplary. His family would like to thank the hospital staff and the many people who have sent supportive messages.
"Doctors have outlined that rest is paramount for Glenn now. With that in mind, his family ask politely that their privacy is respected and that Glenn is given time to recover fully."
Hoddle was one of English football's top players during the 1980s, winning 53 England caps before managing his country from 1996 to 1999.