Hungarian soccer legend Ferenc Puskas has been taken into intensive care in hospital.
Puskas, 79, has been in hospital with form of Alzheimer's disease for six years and no one from his family or the hospital could be reached immediately for comment, although his biographer Gyorgy Szollosi confirmed the agency's report.
News website Index said this was the second time this week that Puskas had been transferred to intensive care. Puskas notched up 83 goals in 84 appearances for his country and famously scored four goals in Real Madrid's 7-3 demolition of Eintracht Frankfurt in the 1960 European Cup final.
Before Pele, there was Puskus known as the Major. (he was an army major).