Manchester City supervisor Pep Guardiola has given 1m euros (£920,000) to battle the coronavirus flare-up in Spain.

Guardiola, who is at his home in Barcelona, has been working with his attorneys in the course of recent days to work out the most ideal method for utilizing the cash.

It will go to a battle being advanced by the Medical College of Barcelona and the Angel Soler Daniel Foundation.

Spain is one of the most noticeably awful influenced nations in Europe.

Official figures on Tuesday indicated that 2,696 individuals had passed on in the nation and near 40,000 are contaminated.

The cash will be utilized to help buy clinical gear and defensive material for the emergency clinic staff engaged with treating those admitted to medical clinic.

The Catalan locale is one of the regions in Spain which has the most focused number of cases.

Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo have both allegedly given 1m euros to coronavirus battles this week.

Mundo Deportivo announced that Barcelona forward Messi has given a sum of 1m euros to two emergency clinics, one in Barcelona and the other in his local Argentina.

Juventus and Portugal star Ronaldo and his specialist Jorge Mendes have given 1m euros to three concentrated consideration units for patients experiencing coronavirus at emergency clinics in Lisbon and Porto.

A week ago Bayern Munich forward Robert Lewandowski gave 1m euros to battle the coronavirus pandemic in Germany.

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