Turkey Earthquake: Cristiano Ronaldo's Signed Jersey To Be Auctioned To Raise Money For Relief

More than 7800 were killed in Turkey and Syria after 2 deadly earthquakes struck. 

They were of 7.8 and 7.5 magnitudes respectively.  

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Rescuers are still battling extreme conditions to find survivors in the rubble.

The football world is doing its part to help those affected. 


Turkish footballer Merih Demiral tweeted that Cristiano Ronaldo is donating a signed jersey to be auctioned and raise money for the relief efforts. 

 “I just spoke with @Cristiano. He said that he was very sad about what happened in Turkey. We are auctioning Ronaldo’s signed jersey in my collection. All proceeds from the auction will be used in the earthquake zone. @ahbap will be donated,” Demiral tweeted. 

The death toll continues to rise as bodies are still being pulled out of the rubble. 

Survivors are still in shock as the world struggles to come to terms with this tragedy.