José Enrique, former player of Liverpool, last week a brain surgery undergone to a rare tumor removal.
“Apologies that I have nothing of me to be heard. The are the toughest weeks of my life”, writes the 32-year-old Spaniard on Saturday on Instagram.
“In the past month, I found out that I have a rare brain tumor have and I have to undergo surgery to have them removed. I am now recovering and very grateful. Life is very valuable.”
Enrique put down last year after a lingering knee injury to end his career. During an evening in England with Brighton manager Chris Hughton, he got a headache. “The next morning I had no good control over it, and I went twice to see it,” he said in Spanish newspaper Marca. When a control had a tumor behind his eye detected.
The full closed his career last year at Real Zaragoza. Before he was five years under contract at Liverpool, for which he has a total of 99 official matches played. The ‘Reds’ took him from Newcastle United. Previously played the old-jeugdinternational for Villarreal and Celta de Vigo.
Liverpool want Enrique, who today, as a solicitor is employed, via Twitter a speedy recovery. Real Zaragoza is on social media also stop to look at the health of the ex-defender.
Sorry i haven’t leg around much, It has been the toughest few weeks of my life.. Within the space of one month I have found out the news that I have a rare brain tumor and had surgery to have it removed, I am now in recovery and so thankful, Life is too precious. ❤️