Clubs all over the world are trying to help the war-torn Ukrainian population in any way possible after the Russian invasion, with Italian football moguls Juventus and AC Milan contributing to that aid.
The “Football Italia” website reported that Milan had already raised 60,000 euros to provide aid to the people of Ukraine, and Juventus sent buses to return 80 refugees to Italy from the Hungarian border.
Milan revealed a new special edition shirt designed for its Ukrainian legend Andriy Shevchenko, and all proceeds will go to help the people of Ukraine.
Meanwhile, Juventus announced that it had sent buses to deliver items such as food, medicine and clothes to those on the border with Hungary in Zahoni.
That was not all, they decided to use the buses to bring the refugees back to Italy with them, and a statement confirmed that these are mostly children between 6 and 14 years old, along with some of their mothers.
Among these are children who were part of football schools in Kyiv, Kharkiv and other areas that were subjected to heavy bombardment.