The Las Palmas midfielder has paid tribute to the families of victims caught up in the attacks
Ghana and Las Palmas midfielder, Kevin-Prince Boateng has sent a heartfelt message to the families and friends of victims who were caught up in the Manchester attack.
Twenty-two persons were reported dead after a concert by US pop star Ariana Grande became the target of an attack, with many others having secured various injuries.
Tributes have poured in from the around the globe, and the football world has not been left out.
The hashtag #prayformanchester is already trending on various social media platforms, with many sympathizing with the families of the victims.
Ghana midfielder, Boateng has also added his voice, and the midfielder paid an emotional tribute to all who were affected by the attack.
The 30-year-old tweeted: “I'm heartbroken by the senseless attack that took place in Manchester. My thoughts and prayers are with those affected. #PrayForManchester.”