Lorenzo Sanz, who chaired Real Madrid between 1995 and 2000, is in critical condition after being hospitalized on Tuesday because of the coronavirus, his son Lorenzo Junior said. The former Madrid leader is 76 years old. He was placed in an artificial coma and placed in intensive care. He shows no signs of improvement, according to his son.
“Everything remains unchanged. He fights like the champion he is, though with less and less strength after two days of giving us no hope.
May the encouragement that we all give make the miracle happen. ” Under his presidency, Real has twice won the Champions League (1998, 1-0 against Juventus; and 2000, 3-0 against Valencia), an Intercontinental Cup (1998, 2-1 against Vasco de Gama) and a title of champion of Spain (1997).