In a tragic turn of events, Agyemang Diawusie, the 25-year-old German-born Ghanaian footballer, has passed away, leaving the football community in shock.
The somber announcement was made by his current club, third-division German outfit Jahn Regensburg, on the evening of Tuesday, November 28.
The statement released by Jahn Regensburg expressed deep sorrow, saying, “This Tuesday, SSV Jahn received the terrible news that Jahn professional Agyemang Diawusie died at the age of 25. The club is shocked and deeply saddened by this tragic event.”
The club extended its condolences to Agyemang’s family, relatives, close friends, and companions, urging respect for the family’s privacy during this difficult time.
The cause of Agyemang Diawusie’s untimely death has not been disclosed, leaving fans and the football community in suspense and mourning.
Diawusie had recently returned to Jahn Regensburg in July, having initially come through the club’s academy as a youngster. In the current season, he made 16 appearances across various competitions for the team, showcasing his talent and dedication to the sport.
The late footballer had an international career representing Germany at the Under-15s and Under-19s levels.
His journey in professional football saw him spend a significant portion of his career in his homeland, making 48 appearances for RB Leipzig Under-19s and 55 appearances for German third-tier side Wehen Wiesbaden.
Diawusie also had stints in Germany’s second division with Dynamo Dresden and a brief spell in Austria at SV Ried.
As the football world grapples with the loss of a promising talent, tributes have begun pouring in for Agyemang Diawusie.
The circumstances surrounding his death remain shrouded in mystery, adding to the sorrow felt by fans, teammates, and the entire football fraternity.