Earthquake Relief: Ronaldo, Messi, Mbappe under one roof – Ronaldo, Messi, Mbappe, Neymar and Haaland join shirts to aid Turkey in earthquake relief
Paris: Messi-Ronaldo may have a rivalry on the football field. Or Arling Haaland-Neymars could go as rivals in club football. When it comes to humanity, there is no contest. Here everyone is under one roof. Turkey-Syria terrible earthquake is not unknown to anyone. Officially, the death toll has surpassed 26,000. The number of missing is unknown. Turkey has been virtually reduced to rubble. The world’s star footballers decided to stand by their side. The star footballers of European football joined hands this time to help earthquake-stricken Turkey. details TV9Bangla in
Messi, Ronaldo have agreed to stand by Turkey by auctioning their signed jerseys at Mary Demiral’s auction in Turkey. Not only that European football league. These names are also very important on the world football stage. Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappe, Arling Haaland, Neymar Jr and Eden Hazard have already taken part in the Marie Demirale auction. The signed jerseys of these star footballers will be auctioned off to raise funds for relief for Turkey. Mary Demiral requested the donation from their eSports handle Team Demiral. They are the ones who have reportedly donated their jerseys, alongside five-time Ballon d’Or winner Cristiano Ronaldo, Leonardo Bonucci and Paulo Dybala.
According to sources, the geographical location of Turkey has changed somewhat due to the impact of this strong earthquake. For this reason, Atletico Madrid’s Antoine Griezmann and Alvaro Morata are on the list to lend a helping hand to Turkey. On the other hand, Tottenham’s Harry Kane and Dejan Kuluveski’s jerseys are also up for auction. According to sources, the highest price so far at auction for Cristiano Ronaldo’s Juventus number seven jersey is around $212,450. Last Friday, UEFA announced a donation of two million euros. UEFA has also helped the Turkish Football Federation with a grant of one and a half million euros. They also donated 50,000 euros to two organizations working for disaster response teams.