HomeUncategorizedIt's not just Ronaldo's: Demiral will also auction three-star Premier League shirts...

It’s not just Ronaldo’s: Demiral will also auction three-star Premier League shirts to help those affected by the earthquake in Turkey

Merih Demiral defender of Atalanta from Italy.

Photo: Emilio Andreoli/Getty Images

He 7.8 magnitude earthquake that shook Turkey and Syria paralyzed the whole world, leaving many affected, which is why Merih Demiral used social networks to announce that she will auction a Cristiano Ronaldo shirt. However, it is now known that one more new garment will be auctioned.

In this opportunity, it is a Manchester City shirt, a team that owns the ‘goal scoring machine’ Erling Haaland. This was announced by the same central player born in Turkey, while he thanked Ilkay Gundogan and Emre Can, two elements with a past at BVB, like the Norwegian.

“Many thanks to IlkayGuendogan and @emrecan. They want to support the victims of the earthquake with our campaign and they called Erling Haaland The shirt signed by Erling Haaland is up for auction! All proceeds from the auction will be donated to @ahbap to help the victims of the earthquake,” the defender said on social media.

However, this is not all, because In his own account he announced that the shirt of Harry Kane, forward of the Spurs of the Premier League also delivered one of his shirts to be auctioned, in this case with the help of Kulusevski.

However, although he already has three shirts up for auction, Demiral did not stay in that, pues will also auction the shirt of Kevin De Bruyne, Manchester City attacking midfielder. On this occasion, thanks to the help again of Gundogan.

You may also like
– Galatasaray extends a hand to those affected by the earthquake in Turkey and will take food to regions that need it
–Mexico soccer player in Turkey is reported safe after the earthquake
–FC Barcelona sends a message of solidarity to Turkey and Syria; the club will provide assistance through the organizations with which it collaborates

Must Read