- Cesc Fabregas has confirmed that his grandma has recovered from coronavirus
- The 32-year-old Monaco midfielder made the announcement on his Twitter handle
- The 95-year-old woman posed for the camera with full smile while having a delicious meal
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Former Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas is delighted to learn that his grandmother has made full recovery from deadly coronavirus.
The former Barcelona and Chelsea attacker shared the good news on his official Twitter handle with the picture of the 95-year-old smiling for the camera.
He revealed that her test results came back earlier this week and it was negative, saying: "She has overcome the coronavirus with 95 years.
The 32-year-old midfielder is, however, grateful to all the caregivers who treated her, adding that her recovery would not have been made possible without their help.
"Yesterday the test came out negative! My great-grandmother is a superheroine, but none of this would be possible without the help of all the nurses and doctors who are leaving life at every moment so that all of us can be better and live a little better in these difficult times.
"Thanks to all the people of the Remei de Arenys de Munt for the great sacrifice they make for these older people. All our respect !!!! Nothing is impossible. Thank you!!!! Red heart."
The Spaniard has equally been on lockdown with his family in France owing to the ravaging nature of COVID-19.
Meanwhile, the 2019-20 Ligue 1 season has been canceled after the government announced that no football activity would be allowed until September.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that former Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas is hoping his great grand-mother recovers from deadly coronavirus.
She was said to have tested positive for the deadly infection shortly before the transfer of residents from an OAP home in his native town of Arenys de Mar near Barcelona.
SunSport reports that the former Barcelona and Chelsea was planning to move her alongside side others to a nearby hotel.
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