Giorgio Chiellini Becomes Latest Footballer To Pledge 1% Of Salary To Juan Mata’s Common Goal Charity Campaign

Chris Wright

29th, September 2017

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Giorgio Chiellini has become the latest footballer to pledge 1% of his salary to charity as part of Juan Mata’s admirable¬†Common Goal campaign.

Mata launched the drive at the beginning of August with the aim of supporting grassroots football projects and vulnerable children the world over.

Chiellini has asked to sign up to the Common Goal initiative, thus joining the likes of Mata, Mats Hummels, Megan Rapinoe and Alex Morgan as a fellow recruit.

A copy of the Juventus defender’s email was shared on Instagram by ESPN FC’s Manchester United correspondent Rob Dawson…

Image: @robdawsonespn/Instagram

For a rough, tough, gristly centre-half, Chiellini sure writes one heck of an adorable email.

Thoroughly commendable stuff from all involved, we’re sure you’ll agree.

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  1. martin says:

    Good job! I will remember these footballers. And cheers to the ones whose emails don’t leak, up there in the shadows.

  2. Del says:

    Wonderful news! it really warms my heart. Well done Juan, Mats, Giorgio and all the others, and as @martin mentioned, all the unknown folks helping out. The world is lucky to have people like you. :)

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