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He 7.8 magnitude earthquake that shook Turkey and Syria paralyzed the whole world, That is why different athletes showed their support for those affected by the natural disaster that has already claimed more than 3,000 victims in both countries.
However, one of all has stood out, being the defender Merih Demiral, who defends Atalanta from Serie A, because on social networks revealed that he will auction off his shirt signed by Cristiano Ronaldo from Juventus, the team he defended in Italy.
In networks, the photo of the shirt with Cristiano’s autograph drew attention and he announced that he will launch an auction with said jersey with the aim of delivering the proceeds to the victims of the earthquake.
“I just spoke with Cristiano. She said that she was very sad about what happened in Turkey.. we are auctioning the shirt signed by Ronaldo in my collection. All proceeds from the auction will be used and donated to the earthquake zone.” wrote the Turkish defender on his social networks.
Also, in another tweet, explained that to be part of the auction you can contact @TeamDemiral by private message or by email revealed in the post that you can see below.
In these posts, which have more than 145,000 ‘likes’ have different messages of support from players from the affected countries, in addition, of other figures who live in Europe and of journalists known for their work within football on the old continent.
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