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Chelsea's Havertz to sell boots for Germany flood help

Chelsea’s Havertz to sell boots for Germany flood help

Chelsea’s Kai Havertz is to unload the extraordinarily planned boots he will wear in Sunday’s Premier League match against Arsenal in a bid to raise assets for those influenced by flooding in his local Germany.

Exactly 189 individuals lost their lives in extreme floods that beat western Germany in mid-July, with houses and their tenants cleared away in the Ahr valley, in the territory of Rhineland Palatinate, the most exceedingly awful influenced region.

The 22-year-old Havertz has planned a bespoke pair of Nike Phantom boots that he will wear when Chelsea face Arsenal at their London opponents’ Emirates Stadium.

He will then, at that point sell off the boots and one of his marked match shirts, with all returns going to Red Cross Germany.

“I was so stunned when I previously saw the pictures, it’s hard to understand what individuals should get going through the present moment, however I realized I needed to accomplish something,” said Havertz on Friday.

“I’m in a tremendously favored circumstance and I trust by beginning this mission supporting the Red Cross Germany I can rouse others to give what they can to help.”

The German global forward added: “My restricted release boots are an indication of fortitude with those affliction, to show that I remain with my local area and I am considering them.

“By giving cash, we can assist Red Cross Germany with their help and help endeavors on the ground to ensure it will individuals that need it most.”

Havertz’s boots and marked shirt will be accessible for offers on the Charity Stars site, with gifts by means of the Red Cross’ gift page from August 22-27.

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