Player puts Ronaldo’s jersey up for sale to benefit Turkish earthquake victims
Player Mary Demiral has announced that Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo’s shirt will be auctioned off from a collection signed for him to help those affected by the devastating earthquake that hit Syria and Turkey.
Demiral’s group includes his personal kit and Ronaldo’s Juventus jersey, and he will auction the item after speaking with Saudi striker Al-Nasr.
Demiral wrote on his official Twitter account: “I was talking to Cristiano and he said he was very sad about what happened in Turkey.”
As soon as @cristiano il contum.
Türkiye’de yaşananlara çok üzüldüğünü söyledi. Ronaldo’nun koleksiyonumdaki imzalı formasını açık artırma usuluyle satışa çıkarıyoruz.
– Merih Demiral (@Merihdemiral) February 7, 2023
He continued: “We will auction a Ronaldo shirt signed in my collection and all proceeds from the auction will be used in the earthquake area.”
Demiral assured that he would do everything possible to help those affected by the natural disaster.
Demiral played alongside Ronaldo for Juventus and now plays for Atalanta, the 24-year-old has made 35 international appearances for Turkey.
Notably, Turkish club Malatyaspor announced on Tuesday the death of its goalkeeper Ahmed Ayub Türk Aslan, who went missing, and Turkish authorities on Monday suspended all sporting activities in the country until further notice following the devastating earthquake that hit the southeast of the country. and in neighboring Syria and claimed the lives of more than 4,500 people were killed in Turkey.