Former Manchester United star Jesper Olsen is recovering in a Melbourne hospital after collapsing with a brain haemorrhage.
Olsen was a big hit at Old Trafford
Olsen's company said he was admitted to hospital after a sub-arachnoid haemorrhage last Thursday.
His business partner John Grimaud said the former Denmark international had not undergone surgery.
Olsen joined Manchester United in 1984, and scored 24 goals during a five-year spell at Old Trafford.
United paid Ajax £350,000 for Olsen in June 1984, and he helped the Old Trafford club to lift the FA Cup in 1985.
He was sold to Bordeaux for £400,000 in 1988.
Olsen settled in Australia in 2003 with his wife and four children, where he heads Proactive Management's Australian division, in addition to running a grass-roots training programme for young footballers.