Paris Saint-Germain goalkeeper Keylor Navas welcomes Ukrainian refugees to his home, we learned this Monday, March 28 from the club, confirming information from the Spanish media Sport, which evokes around thirty people collected from the player.
The Costa Rica goalkeeper, who has just qualified for the 2022 World Cup play-offs, has fitted out his home to receive families who have fled the war in their country, attacked by Russia.
The player’s wife Andrea Salas had notably relayed messages from charities on social networks, calling in several languages, including French, to “help many children with their mothers, young people who were alone, who could not come only with their clothes”.
The thirty or so refugees who arrived at the Navas were transported by an evangelist association whose headquarters are in Barcelona. The club did not confirm the number of people welcomed, contenting itself with confirming the information, “because Keylor did not want to promote” his gesture.