Another Nigerian Football Star Tests Positive to Covid-19
By P.Lord | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 0 views
Nigerian football star, Samuel Kalu playing for Bordeaux has tested positive to COVID-19. This makes him the second super eagles star to have tested positive to the virus after his compatriot, Paul Onuacho, playing for Genk.
According to sources, the Nigerian football star has been in quarantine in France, ever since he returned from the West African Nation. A report has it from AMP that Kalu was the player announced by Bordeaux to have contracted the virus.
Bordeaux as at July 6, the time they gave the announcement did not disclose the identity of the player who got infected. He has missed trainings and it is likely he is left out of some pre-season games.
However, the Bordeaux forward is expected to rejoin the squad on July 27 only if he tests negative to the virus by then.
It should also be noted that the first Nigerian player to have contracted the virus, Paul Onuacho has been confirmed negative.
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