Christian Atsu’s dead body was found under the rubble – Turkish agent

 Turkish representative for Christian Atsu, Murat Uzunmehmet, claims that his dead body was discovered beneath the debris this morning as a result of Turkey’s terrible earthquake.

A picture of Christian Atsu
RIP Christian Atsu
Christian Atsu, a forward with the Black Stars and a former Chelsea and Newcastle United player, was discovered dead on Saturday after going missing for several days following the Turkish earthquakes, according to a tweet from Uzunmehmet.
One of the top players from the Chelsea academy before moving to Turkey was Atsu, who played for Hatayspor before tragically passing away.
The 31-year-old was residing in a Hatay city apartment that sustained significant damage as a result of the earthquake.
The manager of Christian Atsu, Nana Sechere, who had visited Turkey and was verifying it to followers throughout the week, tweeted:
The news that Christian Atsu’s body was regrettably found this morning must be announced to all well-wishers with the hardest of hearts.
My sincere condolences are extended to his family and close friends. I would want to use this chance to express my gratitude for everyone’s prayers and support.
“I beg that everyone would kindly respect the privacy of the family during this very difficult time while we make the required arrangements.”

Previous case developments

Hatayspor, Atsu’s club, initially stated he was rescued “with injuries,” but a day after that statement was corrected.
Atsu’s “precise room location” was uncovered, and pairs of his shoes were also discovered, according to Nana Sechere, who is in Hatay.
The agent added that although it had not been possible to corroborate the signals, thermal imaging cameras had indicated “up to five lives” beneath the debris.
Things are moving extremely slowly, he continued, and they urgently need more resources, especially a translator. As a result, he said, “any rescues are being postponed, and lives are being wasted.”
And expressed regret that Atsu’s Turkish club was “not on the ground with us, side by side, in the search for Christian,” adding that this was “unfortunate”.
They would be very useful because of their status, power, and local expertise, he said.
Atsu’s partner Claire Rupio requested equipment be transported to the destroyed building where he was residing last week.
Sechere tweeted on Tuesday, “Nine days have passed since the earthquake, and we still haven’t found Christian.”
“Together with Christian’s family, I am in Hatay at the earthquake site. Our hearts are torn for all those impacted by the scenes, which are beyond comprehension.”
Atsu shared a residence with several Hatayspor players and administrators.
Taner Savut, the club’s director of athletics, is also still missing and not found.
Following the earthquakes and aftershocks in southern Turkey and northern Syria, which are known to have killed more than 40,000 people, some survivors are still being rescued.

Former Black Stars player Christian Atsu final moment as a footballer, scoring a free-kick in the last minute to win the game for Hatayspor, just hours before the earthquake struck in Turkey.

RIP Christian Atsu 🙏💔

Rest well 🕊

— Andydotcom (@Andydotcom_gh) February 18, 2023

Always a maestro !

RIP Christian Atsu

The world will never be the same without you . #ChristianAtsu #RIPChristianAtsu

— Jherom (@the_jherom) February 18, 2023

Başımız sağ olsun.

Göçük altında kalarak hayatını kaybeden futbolcumuz Christian Atsu’nun cenazesi memleketi Gana’ya gönderilmek üzere yola çıkmıştır. Seni unutmayacağız Atsu. Mekanın cennet olsun güzel insan. Üzüntümüzün tarifi yok. Huzur içinde uyu.

— Hatayspor (@Hatayspor_FK) February 18, 2023

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