The international footballers have reached out to help by contacting Atalanta's Merih Demiral, a former teammate during their time with Juventus.

It is time to give something back to the people that support footballers, and help for the victims of the massive earthquakes suffered in Turkey and Syria is seemingly on its way.

Turkish defender Merih Demiral has stepped up to try and help his countrymen by getting some of his colleagues to donate signed jerseys so they can be auctioned. The first ones to contribute to this cause were Cristiano Ronaldo, Paulo Dybala, and Leonardo Bonucci. Their jerseys are already up for grabs to those who want to help out.

"I spoke with Cristiano. He told me he was very sad for what happened in Turkey. We are going to auction Ronaldo's signed jersey from my collection. All proceeds of the auction will be used in the earthquake zone," the player wrote on Twitter yesterday.

His next move was to show how much money they had raised in this auction, adding the numbers and jerseys to a tweet.

The footballer later revealed that Atlético Madrid players Alvaro Morata and Antoine Griezmann will help out by sending Demiral their signed jerseys for the same purpose.

If you want to help the Turkish people and bid for any of these jerseys, feel free to visit Merih Demiral's Twitter profile for more details.