AMIR KHAN has become the latest athlete to help fight the coronavirus by donating a four-story building to the NHS.
With the NHS struggling with bed shortages amid the coronavirus pandemic, the 33-year-old boxer has allowed his 66,000 square foot building to be used by those affected.
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World doubleweight champion Khan has revealed that the building needs to be transformed into a wedding hall and store.
He took advantage of social media to announce his incredible gesture, where he posed in front of the building which was now to pass into the hands of the NHS.
Capturing the post, he said, ” I know how difficult it is for the public to have a hospital bed during this tragic time.
“I am ready to donate my 60,000 square foot building on 4 floors, which must be a wedding hall and a @NHSuk to help people affected by the coronavirus. Pls keep it safe. ”
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The money will be used to buy health equipment to use in the fight against the killer virus.
And tennis supremo Federer has confirmed that he and his wife Mirka will give him £ 860,000 to vulnerable families in his native Switzerland.
Meanwhile, Premier League trio Hector Bellerin, Reece James and Aaron Wan-Bissaka are just a few players who have helped raise £ 100,000.