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Bradley Lowery falls asleep hugging Jermain Defoe

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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

Possibly the cutes picture you’ll see in 2017, Bradley Lowery has a special visitor in hospital today to cheer him up.

The Sunderland team dropped by to see him and the ‘best friends’ Bradley and Jermain meet again.

Writing on Twitter ‘Bradley had lots of fun with the boys and then fell asleep cuddling Jermaine (sic). #specialmemories #grateful’

Bradley’s Twitter account then posted the picture with the caption: ‘Bradley loves @IAmJermainDefoe he didn’t want him to leave today and fell asleep cuddling into him #specialbond’

Bradley was diagnosed with cancer in 2013 and it came back last year with devastating news and launched an appeal to have treatment which raised £700,00  including a donation of £200,000 from Everton.

Sadly after reaching the target it was revealed that Bradley’s cancer had spread and treatment would only give him more time.

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