New reports revealed that Manchester United playing squad has agreed to donate 30% of their weekly wages to the NHS in the fight against the novel Covid-19 in England. England has ranked high in the number of affected countries after it recorded no fewer than 500 death in less than 24 hours.
Reports revealed that Manchester United captain, Harry Maguire has asked his fellow teammates to donate 30% of their wages to charity in the fight against Covid-19.
With the increasing rate in the number of affected victims, Manchester United playing squad has accepted to donate about 30% of their weekly wages to NHS which will help intensify the fight against the virus in the country.
Manchester United has joined a league of football clubs around the world to accept pay cuts due to the outbreak of the deadly pandemic that is currently rampaging the world. Spanish giant club, Barcelona has accepted to take a pay cut due to the virus that is currently sweeping the entire world. Meanwhile, Lionel Messi has donated the sum of £1 million to Barcelona in Spain to help provide relief materials to people and also get more equipment to fight the virus.
Also, Manchester City manager, Pro Guardiola also donated a whopping sum of £1 million to Barcelona in the fight of coronavirus. Also, Cristiano Ronaldo has released some of his hotels in Portugal to be converted into isolation centers to treat people affected by the deadly virus.
In the same vein, Tottenham Hotspur manager, Jose Mourinho donated and become a volunteer to deliver relief materials to old people in Enfield North London.
Judging by the effect of the deadly pandemic in England, Manchester United player has decided to contribute their own quota in fighting the virus which has taken the entire world by storm. It was reported that the heir to the throne of England, Prince Charles just decided fully from the virus.
Also, some of the prominent sportsmen in England who tested positive for Covid-19, Mikel Arteta and Hudson-Odoi have fully recovered from the virus, while Aston Villa goalkeeper, Reina is winning the battle against the virus.