Sir Alex, 77, underwent emergency brain surgery last May after suffering an attack on his home
Sir Alex Ferguson has raised an incredible £ 405,000 for the national health service as a thank you for the brain surgery that saved his life.
The former head of Manchester United77-year-old launched a starry charity party in Manchester last Friday.
Hundreds of people paid to dine with Fergie and Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp at the lavish show which was hosted by actor James Nesbitt.
A source told the Sun: "Alex was in good shape all night and had guests set up with his stories.
"He collected a lot of money, but Alex was determined that everything should go to the NHS.
"He has always been a great supporter of them and this has become even more true from his health problems."
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The cash included £ 5,000 from a bettor who had paid for a photo with The Proclaimers, who was performing in the night.
Last May, the legend of the United Kingdom was admitted to the hospital for urgent surgery after having been kidnapped at her home in Cheshire.
He spent four days in intensive care after being placed in an induced coma.
Sir Alex praised the staff who treated him in his first public message after he suffered his attack.
"Just a quick message, first of all, to thank the medical staff of the Macclesfield, Salford Royal and Alexandra hospitals," he said last July.
"Believe me, without those people, who gave me so much care, I wouldn't be sitting here today. So, thank you from me and my family. Thank you very much. It made me feel so humble."
He has since returned to his usual place at Old Trafford to see his former team in action, and he even realized he had helped Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in his position as guardian of the UK.
The Scotsman won 38 trophies in a glittering 26-year period at Old Trafford before retiring in 2013.