David De Gea, Man United goalie, donates €300,000 to Madrid for Covid-19 fight

David De Gea, Man United goalie, donates €300,000 to Madrid for Covid-19 fight

- David De Gea has donated €300,000 to Madrid Covid-19 fight

- The Spaniard wants the disease to be wiped out of Madrid

- Coronavirus has killed many people in the Spanish capital

Manchester United number one goalkeeper David De Gea has donated the sum of €300,000 to Madrid region so as to help those concerned in fighting the deadly coronavirus.

Coronavirus has thrown the whole Spain into serious agony and pain considering the number of deaths recorded and even those who have contracted the virus.

Close to five thousands people are reported to have been killed by the virus which has also been the major discussion of every human beings on earth.

Isabel Ayuso who is Madrid regional president took to social media to thank Manchester United goalie David De Gea for his contribution towards humanity.

David De Gea was born in Madrid which was the main reason why he felt his people shouldbe helped in efforts to fight the deadly bug.

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The Spanish La Liga and Premier League in England have both been suspended due to the virus after Arsenal coach Mikel Artete and Chelsea's Callum Hudson-Odoi were tested positive.

David De Gea has not been that superb this season for Manchester United in all competitions in which fans have kicked against the Spaniard many times this term.

Even before the January transfer window closed, Manchester United fans urged the club for them to sign another goalkeeper who will give De Gea a good competition.

Ajax stopper Onana was linked with a move to Old Trafford, but it appears that Ole Solskjaer wants to keep faith in De Gea at least till the end of the season.

United are occupying fifth position on the Premier League standings with hope of finishing the term among the top four.

Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how entire football fraternities were thrown into mourning and serious confusion following the death of Spanish football coach Francisco Garcia who died after contracting coronavirus.

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The 21-year-old Spaniard is said to have been working with Portada Alta which is a club in Malaga since three years ago before he died untimely.

According to the report on UK Sun, Garcia was first diagnosed of leukemia and was rushed to the hospital before the symptoms of coronavirus came.

He is now the first youngest victim of the deadly coronavirus which has been troubling the planet earth since December 2019.

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