Cristiano Ronaldo donates signed Man Utd shirts to pop star Pink to give as Christmas gifts to… – The Sun

CRISTIANO RONALDO will make two young fans' dreams come true this Christmas… by sending them his shirts.
The Manchester United forward, 36, is idolised by kids all around the world.
And when contacted by singer Pink, the Portuguese agreed to lend a helping hand this holiday season.
The American, 42, took to Twitter to try and make two children's wish come true.
She wrote: "Hey @Cristiano I'm sponsoring a couple kids this year for xmas that want nothing else besides your jerseys.
"They don't have much – but I'm determined to make this happen.
"Fancy sending me a couple and changing their lives?
"I know you do wonderful things all the time, but…"
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The striker replied later that day: "Hi @Pink I am happy to help – I will organise some signed shirts for these kids no problem.
"Congratulations on making this happen!"
Pink responded: "This is so amazing and I am so grateful to you! You’re the best!!!!!"
Ronaldo is never too far from making a charitable act.
Last year he donated over £1million to Portuguese hospitals to help aid the fight against coronavirus.
While in 2011, he flogged his European Golden Boot for charity, going on to raise £1.2m to build schools in Gaza.
He also acts as an ambassador for Save the Children, Unicef and World Vision.
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