Manchester United attacking midfielder Juan Mata pledged on Friday to give one percent of his pay to philanthropy and approached other expert footballers to stick to this same pattern.
The Spain worldwide, 29, has joined to a plan called Common Goal made by streetfootballworld, a gathering of 120 foundations from 80 nations.
"What we're endeavoring to do is characterize a common social plan for football. Shared objective goes past individual brands and personalities to convey a more prominent effect," Mata said.
"By making the promise, we can shape an enduring association between football as a business and football as an apparatus for social change."
Shared objective is meaning to gather a 'beginning XI' of players arranged to confer one percent of their profit, with a definitive point of securing one percent of income from the whole football industry.
"One of the primary lessons I learned in football is that it takes a group to win an amusement," Mata included in an article the Players' Tribune site.
"I encourage my kindred players to get included."