Former clubs of Christian Atsu mourn his demise

Former clubs of the now confirmed dead football icon, Christian have taken to social media (Twitter) to express their condolences.

The Ghanaian football star was confirmed dead in the early hours of Saturday, February 18, 2023 by his agent, Nana Sechere after days of frantic search.

In a statement released on his official page, Nana Sechere said “It is with the heaviest of hearts that I have to announce to all well-wishers that sadly Christian Atsu’s body was recovered this morning. My deepest condolences go to his family and loved ones. I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for their prayers and support.”

After the confirmation, Chelsea Football Club said its thoughts are with the family of Atsu.

Newcastle described Christian Atsu as ‘talented player’ and ‘special person’ as they mourned his death.

Bournemouth took a leaf from Chelsea’s post and mourned the passing of the footballer who was born in 1992.

Everton was also not left out in mourning with the family of Christian Atsu.

The last football club Atsu signed for, Hatayaspor confirmed that the burial of the former Ghanaian icon will be held in his hometown in Ghana and went on to say nothing can describe their sadness.