Ibra’s page GoFundMe details what he wants to do with the campaign. “Let’s beat CoraVirus together!”

Zlatan donates $1.1 million to fight Coronavirus

Milan forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic leads an initiative to raise €1 million (£ 920,000/$ 1.1 million). In an attempt to improve the work of coronavirus outbreaks in northern Italy. The pandemic claimed the lives of more than 8,000 people worldwide. With Italy particularly hard hit by the crisis, and the country came to a virtual impasse. Former Swedish international Ibrahimovic, who played in the country with Juventus, Inter, and previous years with AC Milan for seven years of his voiceover. Says he wants to do his job to help the effort. “Italy always gives me so much, and in this fair moment, I want to give even better to this country that I love,” explained the 38-year-old player in a video posted on Twitter.

I hope for my colleagues

“I decided, together with the people who work with me, to create a fundraiser for Humanitas hospitals and use my communication power to spread the message wider. It is a serious question, and we need specific help that applies not only to video.” I look forward to the generosity of my colleagues, all professional athletes. And those who want to make a small or large donation by their ability to dislodge this virus. Together we can genuinely help hospitals, doctors, and nurses who work selflessly every day to rescue us because today we are the ones who applaud them.”

Ibrahimovic launched the page ‘GoFundMe’

His page GoFundMe details what he wants to do with the campaign. “Let’s beat CoraVirus together!” it says. “At this point in the emergency facing Italy. We decided to organize a fundraiser that will be donated directly to Humanitas to help strengthen resuscitation and first aid in the hospitals of Rozzano/Milan, Bergamo, Castellanza and Turin.” With a small donation, you make your contribution to the purchase of the necessary materials and equipment. Overalls, masks, gowns, and personal protective equipment. Lung ventilators, monitoring systems, Telemetry.” With the help of everyone, we will win this game!” In January, Ibrahimovic returned to AC Milan after a successful two-year stint with LA Galaxy.