PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN shot-stopper Keylor Navas has welcomed 30 Ukrainian refugees into his Paris mansion.
The Costa Rican, alongside his wife Andrea, has opened the doors of his home to fleeing victims of the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Navas has bought 30 beds and set the Ukrainian refugees up in his home theatreCredit: GETTY
Wife Andrea is helping prepare food for their 30 guestsCredit: INSTAGRAM
According to Sport, Navas has bought 30 beds and has set them up in his home theatre.
Navas‘ wife is helping prepare food for the Ukrainians and the couple also made sure their guests had clothes.
The newspaper said: “The association of gypsies from the Gracia neighborhood of Barcelona went to Krakow to bring food and Ukrainian refugees.
“On his return Keylor Navas found out about it and welcomed 30 of them into his home.”
The PSG goalkeeper’s kind hearted gesture isn’t surprising, with wife Andrea publicly calling on people to help Ukrainians so “they can feel love in the midst of so much pain.”
Andrea said on Instagram: “We can help these children, some with their mother, others not, young people alone, with just their clothes, which was the only thing they could take, we can contribute whatever non-perishable food, clothes, personal hygiene items, etc.
“I share the information! So that they can feel love in the midst of so much pain.”
Navas is currently away on international duty with Costa Rica, where he hopes he can help his country qualify for the 2022 Qatar World Cup.
Costa Rica are currently fifth in the race for Qatar and will face Canada, El Salvador and the United States.
Fourth would send Navas and his team-mates into a play-off game against the representative nation from the Oceania Football Confederation.
The important World Cup qualifiers this month could turn out to be Navas’ last in his homeland’s colours.
He said: “This could be my final call up with Costa Rica and that is why we have to give our best and enjoy ourselves.
“Players like myself and Bryan Ruiz have been with the national team for a long time and any game could be our last.”