The capital club has begun focusing on their biggest match of the season, their return leg fixture against Manchester City in the UEFA Champions League Semi-Finals.
Despite trying to think about the 2-1 hole that they’re looking to dig themselves out of, PSG striker Moise Kean decided to do something else to take his mind off the Manchester City fixture.
Over the weekend, the Italy international decided to help those going through a tough situation. RMC Sport reports that the 21-year-old and his relatives headed to the Porte de la Chapelle in Paris on Sunday to distribute food to migrants and the homeless.
Moise Kean est allé distribuer des denrées alimentaires aux migrants et sans-abri de la Porte de la Chapelle.
Respect. 👏 pic.twitter.com/zjumtwIADU
— Actu Foot (@ActuFoot_) May 3, 2021
Kean can relate to the immigrants that have come to the French capital as the PSG striker himself is the song of Ivorian immigrants who left for Italy. As a result, Kean decided to give back to the people that are in similar situations that he was in growing up.
Plenty of people such as Mitchel Bakker, Justin Kluivert, Blaise Matuidi, Rafael Leao, and even Jimmy Butler applauded Kean’s actions.
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