Legendary Brazilian footballer Pele Reportedly Dies At 82

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Pele, the renowned Brazilian player, is claimed to have bid farewell to his family and loved ones as his health deteriorated.

In a devastating video uploaded by Golaut official on YouTube, Brazil’s Pele appears to be losing his battle with cancer, as he bids farewell to family and friends.

The three-time world champion’s health has deteriorated as a result of being shown having difficulties breathing in the now-viral film.

The 82-year-old was taken to the Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein in Sao Paulo on November 29, 2022, and he recently spent Christmas Day there after having a colon tumor removed in September 2021.

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In the video, titled “Pele says goodbye to family and friends from the hospital bed,” the legendary figure can be mumbling a message.

Similarly, British entrepreneur and sports management Frank Khalid confirmed Pele’s hospital bed farewell to his family and friends.

According to sources close to the footballer’s family, Pele, a legendary player, “is losing the battle against cancer slowly.”

The footballer’s children have promised to be at his side as his cancer develops in the hospital.

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The globe is presently praying for Pele’s well-being, according to former Brazilian football star Romario, who expressed his best wishes and prayers to the three-time world champion on Monday.

The 1994 World Cup champion set aside his former rivalry with Pele to join the chorus of voices expressing worry for the man largely regarded as the greatest soccer player of all time.

“King, get better. Much trust. Everyone is keeping an eye on you and praying for you. Get better yourself. “A kiss to your heart,” Romario explained to SporTV.

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