MANCHESTER (ENGLAND) – Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs took the field against the coronavirus.
The two former Manchester United players have decided to make two of their hotels available, Hotel Football and the Manchester Stock Exchange, for the coronavirus emergency.
The news was confirmed by those directly concerned while what said that Cristiano Ronaldo would make available two of his hotels in Portugal for the coronavirus emergency proved to be a fake news.
The statements made by Neville are reported by sport.sky.it.
“ All our industry must show solidarity , not only for our staff in these uncertain times, but obviously for those who need housing the most in the coming months . The hotel facilities will work for free and will be managed normally by our staff ".
The two Manchester United flags took to the field after the coronavirus also infected some Premier League players (there are certified cases in Chelsea and Leicester).
Coronavirus is not sparing footballers either. In Italy it all started with Juventus' Daniele Rugani. Then Matuidi was also infected among the Juventus players.
There are members infected with the coronavirus also in Sampdoria, Fiorentina, Hellas Verona and Brescia. Sampdoria holds the "record" with fifteen infected members, followed by Fiorentina with ten.
Source: Blitz Quotidiano