Manchester United goalkeeper, David de Gea, has donated a whooping sum of £175,000 to the Red Cross society in Spain to help out victims of violent storm that killed 7 people and has rendered thousands of people homeless.
‘gota fria’, as the storm was called in Spanish, also led to travel chaos after forcing airports to shut temporarily and has rendered people homeless in Alicante and Murcia parts of Spain causing the Spanish army to evacuate thousands of people from both provinces.
Red Cross confirmed the cash donation by thanking the £275,000 per week footballer on their official Twitter handle.
‘200,000 euros to support the people affected by the flooding in Alicante and Murcia. ‘David de Gea, thanks for your solidarity.