Ilkay Gundogan, a Turkish-born German footballer of Manchester City, stated that it was very difficult for him to stay away from his family. Successful midfielder said, “My family means everything to me.” Gündoğan stated that he had one of the most difficult times of his life. City’s star has not been in contact with his family for a long time due to the coronavirus epidemic.
At the top of the English Premier League Manchester Playing in City Turkish of descent German footballer Ilkay GundoganHe said that staying away from his family due to the coronavirus outbreak forced him very much.
“ONE OF THE MOST DIFFICULT TIMES OF MY LIFE”
Ilkay, who was a guest of the US rap singer French Montana and FIFA’s “PlayOn” podcast, reminded that he has been away from his family and relatives because of the social distance rule in people’s lives for the past year, saying, “My family means everything to me. I grew up with Turkish culture. I would go to see my grandparents every summer. It’s a tight bond and it’s very important. So the current coronavirus situation is probably one of the most difficult times of my life. ” used the expressions.
“I FEEL AS I HAVE RESPONSIBILITY TO THE COMMUNITY”
30-year-old midfielder, hard times because of the coronavirus measures pass about the campaign launched to support small-scale businesses in Manchester said, “Whether in Germany, or even get in Manchester in Turkey, I feel like I have a responsibility to society. Living a shortage of living people I am trying to identify and support them. “