Agyemang Diawusie, a Ghanaian footballer, has died at the age of 25


Agyemang Diawusie, a former standout for RB Leipzig, passed away at the age of 25.

Former Germany U19 star Diawusie unexpectedly passed away, according to the German news outlet BR24, which attributed his demise to “natural causes.”

Diawusie rose through the ranks of RB Leipzig, a Bundesliga powerhouse.

He was a hero for Jahn Regensburg, a German third-tier club, during this season. On Tuesday, the club issued a heartfelt statement to mourn the loss of the striker.

The statement reads: "On Tuesday, SSV Jahn was distressed to learn that Agyemang Diawusie, a 25-year-old Jahn professional, had passed away.

"This tragic incident has stunned and profoundly saddened the club.

“The Jahn family extends condolences to the bereaved and shares their thoughts with Agyemang’s close acquaintances, companions, and family members.”

“Out of reverence for his family and in light of the terrible circumstances, we request that their privacy be maintained.”

At the juvenile level, Diawusie, who was born in Berlin to Ghanaian parents, represented Europe.

He was a former player for RB Leipzig, Dynamo Dresden, SpVgg Bayreuth, and Jahn Regensburg before his untimely demise. His final appearance for the latter club was against 1860 Munich in a Bundesliga 3 match on November 4.