Christian Atsu, former Premier League footballer is amongst the people who were trapped under rubble in Instabul, Turkey after a huge earthquake, according to Sabula Ug credible news sources.
Christian Atsu, a former player for Chelsea and Newcastle United, is among those believed to be trapped under debris after a powerful earthquake struck Turkey as search and rescue operations get under way.
Atsu, a former player for Chelsea and Newcastle United, was caught up in the 7.7 magnitude earthquake, and a search and rescue effort is currently under way. Last summer, the 65-cap Ghanaian international signed with Super Lig club Hataysport.
After the earthquake, several members of his new team needed to be saved, and now that a search and rescue operation has begun, Atsu is reportedly one of those who is still missing. Taner Savut, the club’s sporting director, is also imprisoned as rescue efforts continue.
Atsu was a young player when he first transferred from Porto to Chelsea in 2013, and he later went on several loans. Prior to moving permanently to Newcastle United in 2017, having never played a Premier League game for Chelsea, he briefly played for Everton and Bournemouth.
He joined the Saudi club Al-Raed after playing more than 100 games for the Magpies in 2021, although he later left the Middle East for Turkey in the summer. Just hours before the earthquake hit, he scored his first goal for the team this past weekend.
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