JUST IN: Another Super Eagles Player Tests Positive for COVID-19
By 2kiessSports | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 0 views
Super Eagles winger, Samuel Kalu, has tested positive for COVID-19. The Nigerian international currently plays for French Ligue 1 side Bordeaux.
He is second Super Eagles player to tests positive for the virus after Paul Onuachu also testing positive few weeks ago.
According to reports in ATP and PUNCH, the Nigerian international has been in quarantine in France since returning from the West African nation. It was confirmed that Kalu was the player announced by the club to have contracted COVID-19 on July 6.
When the club initially made the announcement, they didn't announce the name of the player who tested positive, but reports coming out of France today confirmed that it Kalu who tested positive for COVID-19.
Another tests have been done with the hopes of him testing negative so he can join his fellow teammates in training on July 27.
We wish Samuel Kalu Quick recovery.
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