Ahmed Musa conducts COVID-19 tests days after returning from Saudi Arabia
- Ahmed Musa has conducted a test for the deadly coronavirus disease
- The Nigerian international was accused of contracting the virus which he denied
- Musa returned from his base in Saudi Arabia via a private jet along with his family
Ahmed Musa has undergone a coronavirus test days after he returned with his family from his Saudi Arabia base.
And there were rumours going the round that the Super Eagles captain had contracted the deadly virus on his return.
But to validate his claim, the Al Nassr striker conducted a test for the disease and posted the evidence on his Instagram handle saying: “I just want to use this medium to thank everyone of you my friends and family for your prayers and…”
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League across the world have been suspended due to the global pandemic and no specific date has been fixed for a return.
The French Ligue 1, The Dutch Eredivisie, and the Belgian Jupiler league have been canceled and the teams at the top have been declared champions by their respective FA's.
However, the English Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and the Bundesliga are all willing to return in a bid to complete the 2019-20 campaign.
German clubs have already resumed training while the Italian league and the English top-flight division are getting closer in gathering their players back for their respective drilling sessions.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Nigeria international Ahmed Musa has debunked rumours claiming that he was infected with the deadly coronavirus.
The 27-year-old winger who plays for Saudi Arabian topflight side Al-Nassr recently returned back to the country alongside his family in a private jet.
Musa assured Nigerians that he will observe the 14 days self-isolation protocol for COVID-19 with his family after returning from his base.
Football activities in most parts of the world are on suspension due to the ravaging status of the scourge with 184,283 deaths and over 2 million cases recorded so far.
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