Christian Atsu has been discovered useless pursuing the devastating earthquake that hit Turkey, his agent has claimed.
In accordance to a put up from Nana Sechere on Twitter, the previous Newcastle midfielder’s body has been observed 12 days on from the disaster in Turkey and Syria which has claimed much more than 40,000 lives.
“It is with the heaviest of hearts that I have to announce to all well wishers that unfortunately Christian Atsu’s body was recovered this morning,” reported Sechere in a submit posted to his Twitter account on Saturday.
“My deepest condolences go to his family members and loved ones. I would like to take this chance to thank all people for their prayers and guidance.
“I check with that although we make the vital arrangements, that everyone would remember to regard the privacy of the spouse and children for the duration of this really tough time.”
Ghana international Atsu, who was 31, experienced been participating in for Turkish Super Lig facet Hatayspor.
He produced 121 appearances for Newcastle and was aspect of the team which won promotion back to the Premier League in 2017.
Atsu also experienced mortgage spells at Everton and Bournemouth whilst contracted to Chelsea.
The Blues wrote on Twitter: “Everyone at Chelsea Football Club is devastated to find out of the tragic passing of our previous participant, Christian Atsu. Our feelings go out to his loved ones and friends.”
The Toffees wrote on Twitter: “We are deeply saddened by today’s news that Christian Atsu has been identified lifeless pursuing the earthquake in Turkey previously this month.
“Our ideas are with his family members, mates, colleagues at
Hatayspor and anyone afflicted by this tragic event that has claimed so many lives.”
And the Magpies wrote on Twitter: “We are profoundly saddened to discover that Christian Atsu has tragically shed his lifetime in Turkey’s devastating earthquakes.
“A proficient player and a particular particular person, he will usually be fondly remembered by our gamers, personnel and supporters.
“Rest in peace, Christian.”