Coronavirus Outbreak: Paris Saint-Germain selling limited-edition jersey in bid to raise money for local hospitals
The new Paris Saint-Germain limited-edition jersey bears the emblem Tous Unis (All United) on the front
Paris Saint-Germain is selling a new jersey online with the profits going to local hospitals and nursing staff dealing with the coronavirus outbreak.
The French champion's jersey bears the emblem “Tous Unis” (All United) on the front.
— Paris Saint-Germain (@PSG_English) March 26, 2020
A total of 262,500 euros (about $288,000) will be raised if all 1,500 jerseys priced at 175 euros ($192) are sold.
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