Big clubs donate 20 million euros to help the little ones

THE SCAN SPORT – In Germany, Bayern Munich, Dortmund, Leipzig and Leverkusen will make 20 million euros available to other Bundesliga and second division clubs.

While European football clubs are currently experiencing financial losses linked to the coronavirus epidemic, the four biggest Bundesliga teams are mobilizing. For example, Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund, RB Leipzig and Bayer Leverkusen have created a solidarity fund worth 20 million euros so that the small German first and second division clubs can avoid a financial crisis.

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