Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has donated 1 million euros (920,000 million pounds) to fight the coronavirus outbreak in Spain.
According to BBC Sport, Guardiola has been working with his lawyers to discuss how best to make use of the money, as Spain struggles to cope with the coronavirus pandemic.
Spain has been the second-most affected country in Europe after Italy and has been in lockdown since March 14, with as many as 2,696 people having passed away due to the disease.
The money that Guardiola has donated to fight the coronavirus in Spain will go to a campaign promoted by the Medical College of Barcelona and the Angel Soler Daniel Foundation.
Season on hold
Football in England and Spain is suspended at the moment due to the coronavirus outbreak.
City, who have won the Premier League title for the past two seasons, are on the verge of losing their crown.
The Citizens are second in the league table at the moment with 57 points from 28 matches, as many as 25 points from leaders Liverpool with a game in hand.