Newcastle are restlessly anticipating news of their previous midfielder Christian Atsu in the midst of reports he has been caught in the earthquakes which hit Turkey and Syria on Monday.
The 31-year-old Ghana worldwide, presently playing his football with Turkish Super Lig side Hatayspor, was supposed to be missing after colleagues and individuals from the club’s specialized staff had purportedly been pulled from rubble.
Atsu was essential for the Jaybirds group which won advancement back to the Chief Association in 2017 subsequent to joining borrowed for the season from Chelsea, and later finished a long-lasting move.
A post on the club’s true Twitter account expressed: “Petitioning God for some sure news, @ChristianAtsu20
Praying for some positive news, @ChristianAtsu20. 🙏🖤🤍 pic.twitter.com/HQT6yZOmRB
— Newcastle United FC (@NUFC) February 6, 2023
Atsu, who scored profound into stoppage time on Sunday to get a 1-0 win over Kasimpasa, left St James’ Park throughout the mid year of 2021 in the wake of showing up for the club.
A 7.8 size seismic tremor hit south-eastern Turkey and northern Syria during the early long stretches of Monday morning, trailed by a moment of 7.5.
Around 1,700 individuals are known to have passed on in the line locale with salvage groups looking for survivors.