TOUCHING: Luis Enrique’s nine year old daughter dies after battle with cancer

Luis Enrique’s daughter Xana dies after five-month battle with cancer

The little girl of previous Spain mentor Luis Enrique, Xana, has passed on after a fight with disease, matured nine.

Luis Enrique left the Spanish set-up last June so as to invest more energy with his family, following Xana’s finding with osteosarcoma, the most widely recognized type of bone malignant growth and pervasive in adolescents and youthful grown-ups.

The previous Barcelona player and director issued an announcement on Thursday night to make the deplorable declaration, and said that Xana will remain “the star that aides our family”.

“Our little girl Xana passed away this evening matured nine subsequent to battling for five extraordinary months with osteosarcoma (bone malignant growth),” Luis Enrique said in an announcement.

“We need to express profound gratitude for every one of the shows of warmth got in the course of recent months and we value the circumspection and cognizance appeared.

“We additionally need to thank the staff at the Sant Joan de Deu and Sant Pau emergency clinic for their devotion and treatment, to the specialists, medical caretakers and every one of the volunteers. With an exceptional notice to the palliative consideration group at Sant Joan de Deu.

“We will miss you a great deal yet we will recall you each day of our lives with the expectation that one day later on we will meet once more. You will be the star that aides our family. Rest (in harmony) Xanita.”

Josep Maria Bartomeu, leader of Barcelona where Luis Enrique won two Liga titles both as a player and mentor and went through 11 years taking all things together, sent sympathies in the interest of the Catalan club.

“The majority of our help and sympathy goes to Luis Enrique, his better half and the majority of his family at this especially agonizing time,” Bartomeu said in a tweet.

“All the Barca family are moved by the loss of Xana. Our sympathies and all our compassion toward the Martinez Cullell family.”

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