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Man Utd star gives £63k towards four-year-old’s cancer treatment

Nemanja Matic Manchester United

Manchester United midfielder Nemanja Matic has been revealed as the mystery donor that gave £63,ooo to a four-year-old boy that is suffering from cancer.

The Sun writes that Dusan Todorovic is due to start his treatment in Barcelona over a ‘recurrence of neuroblastoma’.

It is the same form of cancer that affected Sunderland fan Bradley Lowery before he passed away.

Serbia international Matic has reportedly helped out the people of Vrelo – where the midfielder was born – in the past by helping out the local primary school and paying off debts at the local store.

“Nemanja funded the playground for the children and says he will continue in summer,” store attendant, Liljana Popovic said.

“He plans to bring mobile baskets, goals, and balls, as well as sports equipment.”

Further to that, the head teacher of the local school, Bosko Saric, added: “Nemanja funded the playground for the children and says he will continue in summer.

“He plans to bring mobile baskets, goals, and balls, as well as sports equipment.”

And now Matic, who wanted to remain anonymous, has helped out Dusan by providing his family with the money to treat his cancer.

Dusan’s dad wanted to tell the world who had helped his son and that it was Matic that provided the £63,000 for the treatment.

Much like Bradley in the UK, Dusan has captured the hearts of a nation and there had been a huge campaign to help him get the necessary treatment.

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