Manchester United legend suffers dementia.

Written by on August 20, 2021

Scotland and Manchester United legend Denis Law has been diagnosed with dementia.

Law, who is 81 Years old says he has Alzheimer’s and vascular dementia, and is the latest former player to reveal he is suffering from the degenerative brain disease.

His former United team-mate Sir Bobby Charlton was also diagnosed with the condition last year.

Law, who is a Ballon d’Or winner in 1964, won 55 caps for Scotland and scored 30 international goals to distinguish himself as one of the country’s greatest ever players.

Alongside Sir Bobby Charlton and George Best at Old Trafford, the strikers formed what was hailed the United Trinity.

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