Christian Atsu passed away formally this morning after being pronounced dead by Turkish officials earlier. The football player perished as a result of an earthquake that occurred on February 6, 2023, in Turkey and a tiny portion of Syria.
The body of the Ghanaian international was transported from Turkey to Ghana, where he would be laid to rest.
Since his passing, the majority of Christian Atsu's videos have become popular. The Ghanaian winger revealed how Lionel Messi pushed him to get a tattoo in one of the videos.
Christian Atsu was speaking with the 3Sports crew while on vacation in Accra following a challenging 2020–21 season that culminated with him announcing his exit from Newcastle United.
The Ghanaian winger entered and left the game for the first time, playing barely 10 minutes because manager Steve Bruce had other intentions for him.
Atsu, who was a key player in Newcastle's 2016 Premier League promotion, would have preferred a different outcome, but he is not upset with how things turned out.
The 31-year-old appeared calm when Kelvin Owusu Ansah paid him a visit last week at his home.
The two engaged in a private discussion during which Atsu disclosed information about his hardest rival, top five players, top five coaches, favored hairdo, and body tattoos.
He admitted getting tattoos of both his late mother's likeness and Lionel Messi's influence.
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