Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has donated €1m to help combat the outbreak of coronavirus in Spain.
The 49-year-old has been confined to his home in Barcelona over the last few days and has been working on the donation for a few days.
As confirmed by the BBC's Simon Stone, Guardiola has now pledged €1m to help with the fight against the coronavirus outbreak.
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Top-flight football in England has been suspended until the end of next month, although it's expected that date will once again be pushed back as the outbreak continues to develop over the next few weeks.
The authorities in Germany have followed the Premier League's example by requesting all Bundesliga football is postponed until April 30.
The players are ready to protest any ruling that means they would finish the remainder of the season behind closed doors! https://t.co/Jxe1b6v49Z— 90min (@90min_Football) March 24, 2020
Manchester City haven't played since their 2-0 defeat to rivals United on March 8, but the reigning Premier League champions still have games against the likes of Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool to come this season.
Guardiola's side also have a 2-1 lead to defend against Real Madrid, ahead of the second leg of their Champions League last 16 match.