The bid for the ball, signed by all the members of the German team, has already reached a figure of 3,150 euros. An amount that is expected to increase before the end of the auction, scheduled for next May 6. The ball of the final played at the Olympic Stadium in Rome is not the only object put up for auction by Andreas Brehme, who has also yielded another ball, in this training case, signed by the world champion players in 1990 to raise funds for the fights coronavirus. Former German soccer player Andreas Brehme has put up for auction a ball from the 1990 World Cup final in Italy, in which Germany defeated Argentina 1-0 thanks to a penalty goal by Brehme himself, to raise funds for the fight against the coronavirus. Brehme, who played in the 1992-93 season at Zaragoza, wants to help with this initiative especially for the victims of the coronavirus in Italy, where he militated between 1988 and 1992 in the ranks of Inter Milan, with which he conquered a League. in 1989 and the UEFA Cup in 1991.