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Among the ruins of the earthquake in Turkey, the former player of the Premier League
Former Premier League footballer Christian Atsu is among those trapped under the rubble in Turkey after the devastating earthquake that struck the border between Turkey and Syria, the Mirror reports .
A search and rescue operation is underway after Atsu, who previously played for Chelsea and Newcastle United, was caught in the 7.7-magnitude earthquake. The 65-capped Ghana international joined Super League club Hataysport last summer.
Atsu is now reported to be among those still missing as a search and rescue operation is underway. The club's sporting director, Taner Savut, is also trapped while efforts to free them continue.
Atsu joined Chelsea as a youngster in 2013 from Porto before being sent out on a number of loan spells. He spent time at Everton and Bournemouth before moving to Newcastle United in 2017, never playing a Premier League game for Chelsea.
He left the Magpies after making over 100 appearances in 2021 to join Saudi side Al-Raed but left the Middle East for Turkey in the summer. He scored his first goal for the club this weekend, just hours before the earthquake struck.