DEJAN LOVREN has offered out his hotel to victims of the earthquake in Croatia.
Chelsea star Matteo Kovacic has also pledged to help out after disaster struck on Tuesday.
An earthquake with a reported magnitude of 6.4 destroyed homes and buildings in Petrinja.
A 12-year-old girl is among six people believed to have died, with at least 20 more rushed to hospital.
Ex-Liverpool star Lovren – who now plays for Zenit Saint Petersburg – has reached out to help.
He will offer 16 endangered families free accommodation at his hotel on the Island of Pag.
Lovren, who has 62 caps for Croatia, shared a message and contact details with his 2.6 million Instagram followers.
He wrote: “Dear citizens of Petrinja, I am making my hotel in Novalja available to the 16 most endangered families.
“If you need temporary accommodation, contact my team at [email protected] or Whatsapp 0996769971 with your details. Advantage of families with children.”
Fellow Croatian international Kovacic, 26, has also vowed to help through his foundation.
He shared a post to his page that read: “We pray for all the people affected by the devastating earthquake.
“If you know someone in need, contact us at [email protected].”
“God save Croatia.”