Reports from Turkey say Hatayspor footballer Christian Atsu has been found alive.
According to club manager, Atsu has been sent to the hospital with injuries.
The former Chelsea and Newcastle forward was trapped under rubble for hours caused by the devastating earthquakes in Turkey.
The region was hit by a powerful tremor in the early hours of February 6, leading to buildings collapsing around those that were left stranded inside, before a second quake in the early afternoon.
Former Chelsea and Newcastle winger Atsu, who now plays his club football for Turkish outfit Hatayspor, was among those initially unaccounted for.
Hatayspor spokesperson, Mustafa Ozat, has now confirmed that Atsu has been found and is undergoing medical care, but another prominent figure within the club is still missing.
Ozat has told Radyo Gol: “Christian Atsu was removed from the wreckage injured. Our sporting director, Taner Savut, is unfortunately still under the rubble.”