Zlatan Ibrahimovic has decided to make contact with the most dreaded virus on planet earth as he comes up with a project called “Kick this virus away.” The former Manchester United and Barcelona star who plays for AC Milan now by the name Zlatan Ibrahimovic known for his hilarious and boastful quotes lunches a fundraising project to help fight the trending virus. He termed the project “Kick this virus away.”.
Italy is the country with the most cases after China where it started from, the football star is the second player to involved himself is this type of act. The first player to do the fundraising for councerning the virus is his former team mate Paul Pogba. Zlatan Ibrahimovich has already made two 50,000 euro (£46,054) donations.
According to the player he said: “Italy has always given me so much and, in this dramatic moment, I want to give back even more to this country that I love.” “I count on the generosity of my colleagues, of all professional athletes and of those who want to make a small or large donation according to their possibilities, to kick this virus away.”
“Together we can really help hospitals and doctors and nurses who selflessly work every day to save our lives. Because today we are the ones cheering for them! “Let’s together kick the coronavirus away and win this match!” 60 minutes after he made the post on his Instagram handle the fund skyrocketed to 109,652 euros (£100,999).
Zlatan ended his post by saying: “And remember: if the virus doesn’t go to Zlatan, Zlatan goes to the virus!” Paul Pogba turned 27 on Sunday last week and he used the opportunity to raise funds to help combat coronavirus. Pogba set up the birthday fundraiser project and tagged it “help fight this war against Covid-19″. The Manchester United player said he will double the fund if his goal of £27,000 is reached.
“The impact of a large-scale outbreak, especially on poor and vulnerable children, can be immense,” Paul Pogba wrote on his social media handle. “It’s my birthday and I’m always grateful that me, my family and friends are healthy. Nonetheless, not everybody is in good health right now. “At times like this we need to come together.”