Luis Enrique's Daughter Sira Martinez Has Separated With Ex City Forward Ferran Torres

Paris Saint-Germain manager Luis Enrique's stunning daughter is rumoured to have swapped ex-boyfriend Ferran Torres for a team-mate in Spain's national team.

Reports in Spain say showjumper Sira Martinez is dating Real Sociedad centre-back Robin Le Normand.

Spanish TV programme Socialite is claiming they were spotted 'cuddling and being affectionate with each other in the Basque city of San Sebastian where Le Normand's LaLiga side is based.

Sira, who split with Barcelona and former Man City frontman Torres nearly a year ago, is said to have travelled to Paris to see her famous dad after being dropped off at the city airport by the footballer.

Luis Enrique managed the Spanish national side before taking over at PSG.

Le Normand was born in France and started playing at Brest but obtained Spanish nationality in 2023 and was part of the Spain squad that won the UEFA Nations League in the same year.

The 27-year-old, whose younger brother Theo is also a professional footballer, and 24-year-old Sira have yet to comment on the reports linking them romantically.   

A source told Spanish magazine show Telecinco, as per El Nacional that they were 'caught in an affectionate attitude'.

They added as cited by Sports Central: 'He did not hide that they were a couple, he left her at the airport to go to Paris to see her father.'

It adds that the relationship between the two has only started recently.

The Spanish beauty has been riding horses since she was a child.

She has said of her former Barcelona midfielder dad, currently celebrating his team's Champions League quarter-final win over his old side: 'My father gives me the best advice. 'He has no idea about horses, but as an athlete and trainer he gives good advice focusing on my figure as an athlete.'

Ferran Torres met Sira, who has just turned 24, while playing for Manchester City and the pair began a long-distance relationship before his move to Barcelona in 2022.

According to El Nacional, she fell in love with Torres while he played for Manchester City and had already been selected by her father to play for the Spanish national team. 

Torres was at Manchester City between August 2020 and January 2022, making his first senior appearance for his country in a 1-1 draw with Germany a month after he arrived at the Etihad Stadium. 

They lived together in Barcelona after his £55m move to Barcelona. They went their separate ways in May last year after Martinez broke up with the footballer. 

Sira reportedly wanted to focus on her sporting career. She has 343,000 followers on Instagram.

She was linked briefly to Spanish Grand Prix motorcycle rider Alex Marquez last year but they never confirmed they were in a relationship.

Martinez and her father Luis Enrique were hit by tragedy in 2019 with the death of her sister Xana, at the age of 9 from bone cancer.

Enrique revealed that Xana had fought osteosarcoma for 'five intense months' and described her as the 'star that guides our family'.  

Speaking in 2020, she admitted that she now views life in a different way following Xana's death on August 29 the previous year.  

As reported by Marca, she told Vanity Fair: 'I am very sensitive, but when I have to be strong I can be,' Sira told Vanity Fair. 'What I have experienced with my sister has made me look at life differently. 'Before I moaned at the smallest of problems and now I stop and say that I have to live life and enjoy every moment of it; you never know when it will end.'

Little is known about Le Normand's private life. He posted a photo of him with his brother and sister on his Instagram at Christmas but rarely posts on anything other than football on his social media.

His first like on any of Martinez's posts on Instagram was on March 24. 

He has two siblings, Nora and Theo, with whom he maintains a close relationship, with the latter playing for Guingamp in the French second division. 

Le Normand and Torres might have to put any awkward differences over the reports aside this summer with Spain competing at Euro 2024. 

Spain, who are now managed by Luis de la Fuente who replaced Enrique, are in a group consisting of Italy, Croatia and Albania.