David de Gea donates money to the Red Cross for those affected by the cold drop

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Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea He joined the samples of solidarity with those affected by the cold drop in Alicante and Murcia with a donation of 200,000 euros, as confirmed this Thursday by the Spanish Red Cross.

The Spanish international was born in Madrid, but It has a great connection with the province of Alicante, since his father was born in the town of Redován and grew up in Orihuela, in the Vega Baja. Precisely, Redován and Orihuela are two of the most affected populations due to the effects of the cold drop, which has affected different regions of the southwest and central Spain.

“Thank you David de Gea for your solidarity,” published the Red Cross in his official Twitter account As thanks for the gesture of the goalkeeper, who is a subscriber to Elche and who spends part of his summers in a house of his family in Alicante.

David de Gea, who has played 40 official matches with the Spanish team, made his debut for the English club in 2011 and since then has defended the goal of Manchester United in 367 games, a team with which he renewed his contract on the 16th until 2023, with the option of an additional season.

David de Gea, during a Manchester United match.

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