- Serge Aurier's brother's killer hands himself to the authority
- Christopher Aurier was killed in the early hours of Monday outside of a night club in Toulouse
- The lower league club star was confirmed dead as Toulouse University Hospital afterwards
Christopher Aurier's suspected killer has reportedly handed himself to French authorities about 48 hours after the murder took place.
The younger brother of Tottenham Hotspur defender Serge Aurier was shot dead on Monday evening in an alleged 'love dispute' according to SunSport.
However, the identity of the mystery man has been kept under wraps by the police as prescribed by French laws.
The Sun quoting French outlet L'Equipe reveals that the unnamed man is being held by the cops after admitting to have been responsible for the murder.
Further reports stated that Christopher was reportedly shot in the stomach in Toulouse before the killer fled the scene.
Another publication La Depeche claims the unfortunate situation happened outside a nightclub earlier this week and it was said to have been caused by a "love dispute".
Christopher rushed to the hospital but was confirmed dead at Toulouse University Hospital.
French news outlet Sud Ouest reported that the police revealed the suspect turned himself in around 6 pm at the central police station in Toulouse and readily admitted to the murder.
Legit.ng earlier reported that tragedy occurred in the wee hours of Monday, July 13, as reports from France have it that Christopher, the younger brother of Tottenham star Serge Aurier, was shot dead in France.
SunSport are reporting that the 26-year-old suffered the shot just outside a nightclub in Toulouse, France at around 5 am on Monday.
French outlet Europe1 had reported that an individual was shot in the abdomen and that police have cordoned off the area where the incident happened, as investigations have commenced.
The individual has been identified as 26-year-old Christopher Aurier who happens to be the younger brother of the Ivorian international.
Also, Legit.ng reported that It was gathered that Tottenham players Serge Aurier and Moussa Sissoko earlier broke the coronavirus lockdown rules a fortnight before club manager Jose Mourinho was blasted for doing the same.
Aurier had posted a video of himself having a mask on while training with his Spurs’ team-mate Sissoko before he quickly deleted it.