Crystal Palace have confirmed that they have made contact with defender Martin Kelly following growing concerns over his safety after he posted a picture of the Cafe La Perle – a restaurant thought to be targeted by terrorists in Paris – to his social media account, the Metro reports.
Fans became increasingly concerned for the former Liverpool man after he posted a picture to his Instagram page at the epicentre of last night’s BEFORE the terrifying attacks across the French capital.
“Found a decent little spot for tonight #paris #cafelaperle,” he wrote.
Explosions were heard across the city as it became apparent that there was a terrorist situation unfolding, but despite his silence, a report in the Daily Mirror claims that the 25-year-old Palace star got in touch with friends and family back home to let them know that he is safe.
Got a text from #cpfc's Martin Kelly to say he's fine, thank goodness. Such an awful evening – heart goes out to everyone in Paris.
— Jonathon Rogers (@JonnyRogers9) November 14, 2015
Crystal Palace have confirmed that Martin Kelly is safe and well. Thoughts with everyone else. #LFC
— Dave O’Connell (@DaveOCKOP) November 14, 2015
FM16: Top Ten Football Manager 16 Free Agents, Former Arsenal & Tottenham superstars available for nothing
FM16: Top 10 Football Manager 16 Free Agents: Best wingers available for nothing
(Video) Bomb blasts in Paris attacks, 30 confirmed dead, hostage crisis ongoing, as France defeat Germany 2-0—Martial & Giroud star