Braithwaite and wife welcome new baby boy amid coronavirus lockdown

Braithwaite and wife welcome new baby boy amid coronavirus lockdown

- Martin Braithwaite has taken to social media to share the news of his son's arrival

- The Barcelona striker was excited adding that the mother and baby are doing just fine

- The Denmark international joined Barca from Leganes in a deal around £15m in February

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Martin Braithwaite made a dream move to Barcelona earlier this year after Ousmane Dembele was ruled out for the rest of the season.

And just two months after his dream move to Camp Nou, the Denmark international alongside his wife have welcomed their new baby boy, Valentino.

Since he joined the Catalan club, the 28-year-old has made three appearances but none produced a goal for the Danish star.

However, the arrival of his son will make him one of the happiest especially during this coronavirus that he has been on lockdown due to the suspension of most leagues in the world.

The attacker posted on his official Twitter handle: "Saturday we received a blessing. Anne Laure gave birth to our beautiful son, Valentino.

"They are both doing well and we are all so happy right now Blue heart⁣. "⁣My love, you are the strongest woman I know. I’m so proud of you."

It would be recalled that the former Middlesbrough star joined Barcelona on a four-year deal valued around £15 million from fellow Spanish League club Leganes in February.

He was still settling down when COVID-19 forced all leagues across the world except for a few into forceful suspension.

Meanwhile, the players reached an agreement with the club to take a pay cut in the fight against coronavirus pandemic as reported by SunSport.

Meanwhile, earlier reported that Martin Braithwaite has claimed that he is the fastest player in the present Barcelona squad.

The Danish striker was an emergency signing from Leganes after Barca ruled Ousmane Dembele out for the rest of the season.

He has made three appearances so far for La Blaugrana before the outbreak of the deadly Coronavirus.

Braithwaite was asked in a question and answer section on Twitter that if there is anything Messi can not do.

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