Brazilian Legend, Pele, walked into a hospital complaining of urinary disorder early in the week. The world superstar is yet to recover, and according to reports, his condition is worsening.
Concerns have begun to linger as the Albert Einstein Hospital, where he is admitted has issued a statement saying, he's been moved into intensive care unit.
This is the second time Pele is being admitted by the Hospital in a month. The 74 years old has been treated for kidney stones before now.
However, Pele's agent has countered the hospital statement, saying it's as bad as people feared.
Pele is regarded as the greatest footballer there ever been, winning world cup three times and having a record of 77 goals in 92 caps for Brazil. And at the end of his career, Pele had over a thousand goals to his name.