Chelsea star defender Antonio Rudiger has shown another good gesture towards his parents' home country, Sierra Leone by funding life-changing surgeries for 11 Children in the country.
The Chelsea star defender grew up in Germany and he is currently playing for the German national team, but that doesn't stop him from supporting his father's home country, and he has assisted many poor people in his parent's home country. The former Roma center-back has also shown his support to the Sierra Leonean National team at the ongoing AFCON competition.
Rudiger showed his support to the Sierra Leonean National team after their 0-0 draw against Algeria.
But his latest act of support to the young people in Sierra Leone is a very good gesture, and he will be loved by many people in his father's homeland.
The 28-year-old financed the life-changing surgeries that were handled by BigShoe, and after the successful surgeries, the Chelsea star player took to his social media platform to appreciate BigShoe for their works.
BigShoe also thank him for his good gesture via a social media post.
However, Rudiger has repeatedly begun new talks with Chelsea to renew his contract with the London club, and Chelsea is also reportedly looking to give him an improved contract, so he is likely to extend his stay at Stamford Bridge beyond next summer. But whether he will soon sign the contract remains to be seen.