Christian Atsu celebrates 25th birthday of his German wife
Ghanaian international footballer, Christian Atsu is celebrating his German wife, Marie-Claire Rupio as she turns 25 today.
He marked the birthday celebration on Instagram with a romantic message to celebrate the mother of his two kids.
The Ghanaian winger in commemoration of the special day in the life of his wife said he was thankful for the love and support he gained from her and wish for happy more years.
“Happy Birthday to a special person who is bringing so much joy to my heart. I am thankful for every moment we spend together, and I wish our happiness never ends. I Love You,” he wrote.
Christian Atsu and Wife
Christian Atsu and Marie-Claire married in 2012, have two sons and have been together for about eight years.
The couple met during a loan spell at Rio Ave in 2011 and they got married a year after they met.
Both regularly share admirable posts of their family on social media including Instagram, Twitter and Facebook to get fans updated on the happenings in their home.
The German wife, who is a hair and make up artist, revealed that Atsu is passionate about charity.
“He is a strong person, does not cry easily, but he is very concerned about humanitarian issues,” she observed.
Life as a Footballer
Christian Atsu is one of the most respected football stars in the country right.
He is well known for his dazzling skills on the field of play but many football lovers have no idea about his family.
Atsu has always been in the news for good reasons and has been noted to cherish his family a lot.
The Ghanaian, who currently plies his trade in the English Premier League is a former Chelsea and Porto winger.
In 2013, he was signed by Chelsea for £3.5 million, who subsequently loaned him to Vitesse Arnhem, Everton, AFC Bournemouth and Málaga.
After spending the 2016–17 season on loan at Newcastle United, he completed a permanent transfer to the club in May 2017.
Atsu was part of the Black Stars team that failed to end the country’s trophy drought at the 2019 African Cup of Nations (AFCON) in Egypt.
He has capped 62 times for Ghana, scoring 10 goals in the process.