The former president of Granada and former player of Mallorca, Paco Sanz, son of Lorenzo Sanz, has tested positive for the coronavirus and remains admitted to a hospital in Madrid, as confirmed by Europa Press Fernando Sanz. Despite the fact that he is not a person at risk like his father, his concern is greatest for his experience and he is complying with all the protocols in this regard.
Paco Sanz, 47, is one of the most discreet sons of Lorenzo Sanz, who died last Saturday, although he has also always been linked to the world of sports as a footballer and as president of Granada. Lorenzo Sanz's family has lived through difficult moments since his death on March 21. In the words of Fernando Sanz, he not only regrets that they have not been able to say goodbye to the businessman and be together in that complicated moment, but they have not even been able to celebrate a funeral or accompany him in his last hours.
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