Manager of Ghana International, Christian Atsu has confirmed that, his client has been pulled out of the rubble after Monday’s earthquake hit Turkey.
Nana Owusu Sechere speaking in an interview with local radio station in Ghana that his player has been pulled out of the rubble and is alive.
The former Chelsea and Newcastle forward went missing after a 7.7 magnitude earthquake hit Turkey and Syria in the early hours of Monday morning, with over 2300 people reported dead.
Atsu and the Sporting Director of Hatayaspor, Taner Savut, were the remaining members of the team that were missing since the disaster till Tuesday morning when the rescue team was able to pull out the Black Stars player.
“Information that I have receive directly from club officials indicate that Christian Atsu has been pulled out of the rubble and alive, that is information directly from the club”- Nana stated.
“Right now the whole city has been devastated and there is a state of emergency in place. Communication is minimum and there is no way we get more information but I can state that Atsu has been pulled out alive”.
“Please keep praying for Christian Atsu, pray for the families in Hatar and I thank all Ghanaians for the prayers”, he added.
Ghanaians fans and the football community have taken to social media to pray for the Ghana midfielder who was trapped under a rubble since the news broke out .