20 Sep, 2019 @ 12:39
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Manchester United keeper David de Gea donates €200,000 to Costa Blanca flood relief

MANCHESTER United’s Spanish goalkeeper, David de Gea, has donated €200,000 to the disaster relief fund in the flood-hit Vega Baja region because of his father’s links in the area.

De Gea’s father was born in Redován and grew up in Orihuela – one of the cities worst affected by the recent gota fria storm that claimed seven lives.

GRATITUDE: Cruz Roja Espanola say, “Gracias”

De Gea himself was born in Madrid.Red Cross Spain  thanked him for the gesture through their Cruz Roja Española en Aspe page, writing, “Thank you very much David De Gea for your solidarity and support to those affected”.

READ MORE: Valencian Government to provide financial aid to flood victims as estimates put damage at €1.5 billion to Costa Blanca

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