LIVERPOOL, England – Representatives from Manchester United and Liverpool recently met at the Paul McCartney Hotel in Liverpool to finalize the plans for both teams to play in Shanghai, China.
The two teams will be playing with all of the proceeds going toward Coronavirus research which will be conducted at Shanghai’s prestigious Bruce Lee Hospital For Viral Research.
A Chinese government official, identified as Dr. Kwang Katrang Ku, 56, who has been studying the Coronavirus longer than anyone else, said that the people of China and the other 195 countries of the world are very grateful for the unselfish generosity of the Red Devils and the Reds teams.
Manchester United’s Harry Mcguire reportedly disclosed that he will personally be donating a pair of his game shorts to be auctioned off to the highest bidder with all proceeds going to purchase anti-virus masks for Red Devils fans.
Meanwhile, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said that he will personally be donating 500 boxes of Kleenex, to be passed out to any football fans that find themselves sneezing uncontrolably.
IN A RELATED STORY – The McDonalds Franchises of Shanghai have announced that they will be presenting each Manchester United and Liverpool player with a $200 McDonalds gift certificate.