Denny Solomona has been praised after the England winger offered up his home to people fleeing the Manchester Arena attack.
The hashtag #RoomForManchester began to trend on Twitter as fans, many of them children, fled the area.
“If you still haven’t got a place and need somewhere to stay for the night please DM me #RoomForManchester,” Solomona wrote on Twitter.
If you still haven’t got a place and need somewhere to stay for the night please DM me #RoomForManchester
— Denny_Solomona (@DennySolomona) May 22, 2017
Many hotels also said they would provide free hotel rooms – including to children separated from their parents.
— ugo monye (@ugomonye) May 23, 2017
— James Johnston (@JayVJohnston) May 22, 2017
Disgusting cowards. Can’t believe what I’m reading this morning. Thoughts and prayers with everyone involved 🙏🏼
— Danny Care (@dannycare) May 23, 2017
Thoughts to all those affected last night. Can’t believe it. Stay strong Manchester. #prayformanchester
— George Ford (@George_Fordy) May 23, 2017
Solomona, who has scored 11 tries in 15 matches for Premiership side Sale Sharks since December, received his first England call-up when Jones announced his squad in April.
“He’s got a mid-foot strain. It puts him in doubt [for Argentina), Jones told British media. “He’s going to see a specialist and we’ll know definitely then. We’re not hopeful, we believe it’ll be pretty doubtful that he goes on tour.”
England play Argentina on June 10 and again a week later.