Paris Saint-Germain have released a limited edition kit with all funds raised going to help fight coronavirus.
The Ligue 1 club have produced 1500 shirts with ‘Tous Unis’, meaning all together, where the usual sponsor’s logo is.
They are being sold for £159 (€175) on the Paris Saint Germain website.
The funds raised from the shirt will go to help staff working in Paris’ public hospitals.
There seemed to be a high demand for the jerseys with sizes medium, large, XL and XXL all out of stock already despite going on sale just a few hours ago.
Martin Hirsch, director general of Assistance Publique Hopitaux de Paris (AP-HP), told the club’s official website: “We’re really grateful for this wonderful gesture. Paris Saint-Germain backing Paris hospitals!
“A white card for this great club supporting the white coats! We’re pulling on the shirt and giving our all! They know what it means. Our goal is to save as many lives as possible.”
PSG star Neymar is also doing his bit to help out to keep people from getting too bored during self-isolation.
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The comic book owned by the Brazilian announced it will release hundreds of titles for free.
France has so far recorded 25,233 confirmed cases, with 1,331 deaths.