Salford Red Devils have confirmed former player Jansin Turgut is in hospital in Ibiza having reportedly sustained a head injury in a fall.

Former Salford forward Turgut hospitalised with 'severe injuries'


Former Salford Red Devils forward Jansin Turgut is in an Ibiza hospital after suffering "severe injuries".

Salford confirmed that the 23-year-old, whose contract was terminated by the Super League club earlier this month, is being treated in the Nuestra Senora del Rosario Clinic having reportedly sustained a head injury in a fall.

A club statement said: "Salford Red Devils are saddened to hear of the severe injuries suffered by former player Jansin Turgut.

"It has been confirmed that the 23-year-old has been taken to Nuestra Senora del Rosario Clinic in Ibiza.

"The club are currently in contact with Jansin's family, while further details are being established.

"Salford Red Devils wish Jansin a full and speedy recovery and request that all supporters remain respectful of his family's privacy at this difficult time."

Hull FC - Turgut's former club - also issued a message of support for the Turkey international via social media.

"Hull FC are saddened to learn of the news concerning former player Jansin Turgut," they wrote on Twitter.

"On behalf of the players, coaches and staff at the club, our thoughts are with Jansin and his family at this difficult time.



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