A MISSING Liverpool fan is among those arrested in Champions League final celebrations in Madrid, the Spanish press has reported.
A search was launched for Macauley Negus, 23, from Plymouth, who went missing near Liverpool’s fan zone.
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He was last seen at 10:30pm in the Goya area of the city on Saturday night, and was declared ‘missing’.
His family launched social media appeals after he was due to travel back to the UK with them today, catching the 3pm ferry back to Plymouth from Roscoff.
However, an article by TeleMadrid this morning, claims Macauley is ‘among those arrested by the police, Telemadrid has learned’.
It is unclear if his family is aware of the reporting of his arrest.
He was last spotted in a white top, white shorts and white trainers, and has lost his phone, meaning its signal can’t be traced.
His older brother Ashley posted his picture on Twitter with the caption: ‘Lads please retweet this get him to contact me please’.
In another post today he said: “Still not found but have a strong leaved can’t confirm anything yet please keep sharing just in case thank you for your support I owe my life to you all.”
Macauley’s sister-in-law also posted on Instagram: ‘Missing in Madrid!!! Macauley Negus last seen Saturday 1st June in Madrid! He’s my brother in law! Please If you have any information or know anything please contact me’.
The young Reds fan had gone to Madrid to soak up the party atmosphere, before vanishing.
If you have seen Macauley you can contact the family here or ring Ashley Negus on 07788 265920.