Former Brazil forward Ronaldo has reportedly been released from hospital after being admitted with a 'heavy bout of flu', which was initially diagnosed as pneumonia.
Ronaldo, 41, was rushed to a local hospital on Friday evening before reportedly being diagnosed with the illness, but assured fans on social media at the weekend that he would soon be discharged.
According to various reports in Spain, Ronaldo, who came down with tropical disease dengue fever in 2012, has now been released from the Ibizan hospital after undergoing a period of treatment.
The former centre-forward is widely regarded as one of the best players to have ever played the game, having enjoyed successful spells with the likes of Barcelona, Inter Milan and Real Madrid.
Two-time World Cup winner Ronaldo retired from professional football in 2011 following a two-year spell with Corinthians.