Former Argentinian international Federico Martin Aramburu was killed leaving a night establishment in Paris, in the Saint-Germain-des-Près district, in circumstances that remain to be defined.
The events occurred around 6 in the morning in France on Boulevard Saint Germain, in the heart of Paris, in “a dispute” between two groups of people, according to police sources who added that the aggressors “returned in a vehicle and fired against Aramburu .
A former teammate of the Argentine at Biarritz Olympique, present at the scene and who requested anonymity , explained to the AFP agency that they were at the Le Mabillon bar eating a hamburger. “There has been a dispute like it can happen at dawn. It was resolved, but those men have returned and have shot Aramburu three times,” he said.
Stade Francais Paris rugby team released a statement on social media following the news he had died in the French capital.
It read: “It is with great sadness that the Stade Français Paris learns of the death of Federico Martín Aramburú in tragic circumstances.
“All our thoughts go out to his family, his loved ones, his clubs and his selection.”