Former Indian footballer P.K. Banerjee to be discharged on Friday

P.K. Banerjee, who was admitted to a city hospital with electrolyte imbalance, will be released from hospital on Friday.

P.K. Banerjee is suffering from electrolyte imbalance, urinary problem, Parkinson’s disease and dementia.   -  G.P SAMPATH KUMAR

Legendary Indian footballer P.K. Banerjee will be released from hospital on Friday where he was admitted after he fell ill a few days back with electrolyte imbalance.

“He is better now. He will be released tomorrow,” a family source told IANS.

The 83-year-old former India captain is suffering from electrolyte imbalance, urinary problem, Parkinson’s disease and dementia, said a statement from the hospital on Wednesday.

Banerjee was admitted to a city hospital on Tuesday after he fell ill.

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