January 19, 2022

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Africa Cup 2022: Rudiger moves to Sierra Leone in the African Cup: "It's my second home"

Africa Cup 2022: Rudiger moves to Sierra Leone in the African Cup: “It’s my second home”

Antonio Rudiger, one of the most sought-after power plants in the world, He has taken refuge in Sierra Leone, his mother’s country of originduring the African Cup.

Chelsea defender, German national, confirmed in statements to “Jules” that Supports Sierra Leone During the dispute over the African Championship because of his relationship with that country since then His mother, Lily, had to leave there after the 1991 civil war and moved to Germany, where she had Rüdiger, who grew up in the borough of Berlin.

International Central Germany, She has kept her roots with the African nation not only through football, but also through philanthropy Like the one done with the Bigshoe Association.

Rudiger funded operations for 11 children suffering from clubfoot in Sierra LeoneIn addition to giving them Chelsea shirts with their names written on the back.

“All children have dreams, but not all of them have the opportunity to be able to achieve them. I would like to change that. Thanks to football, I have the opportunity to help others and make the lives of these boys and their families so much better. Seeing the kids smiling in the pictures they send me always makes me so happy,” Rudiger told Goal.

All children have dreams, but not all have the opportunity to be able to achieve them. I would like to change that

Antonio Rudiger

“I am very attached to my second home and we have more projects planned. When I made my first visit to Sierra Leone five years ago, I learned that many things here in Europe that are called problems are not problems at all.”

I am very attached to my second home and we have more projects planned

Antonio Rudiger

It’s free and wanted by Real Madrid

Rüdiger is now one of the most sought-after defenders in Europe because from 1 January he is free to negotiate with teams outside the British Isles. The German terminated his contract with Chelsea on June 30 and the English club does not seem ready to meet the footballer’s financial demands, Wanted by “greats” like Real Madrid and Bayern Munich.

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