Ahmed Musa, Super Eagles captain, tests negative to deadly COVID-19 virus

Ahmed Musa, Super Eagles captain, tests negative to deadly COVID-19 virus

- Ahmed Musa's coronavirus tests has come out negative

- The Super Eagles captain was accused of contracting the deadly disease after returning from Saudi Arabia

- The former Leicester City star posted the results on his Instagram handle

Ahmed Musa has tested negative to the deadly coronavirus after taking the tests a few days ago.

The Super Eagles captain returned from his base in Saudi Arabia has been rumoured to have contracted the disease.

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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The Al Nassr striker then conducted the test and posted it on his social media handle for the world to see.

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And now that the result is out the former Leicester City star has pasted his result on his Instagram handle to show it came out negative.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that 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.

Legit.ng also reported that John Terry and Super Eagles defender Kenneth Omeruo were once involved in a bust-up in a training session at Chelsea.

Omeruo was one time the longest-serving Chelsea player and did not make a first team appearance before leaving for La Liga club Leganes on a permanent basis last summer.

Before the start of the new season, all players assemble to train together before being sent out on loan and on one occasion the 26-year-old clashed with the club legend.

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Legit.ng also reported that Austin Okocha became the most expensive player in Africa after his impressive performance at the France 98' World Cup, according to Daniel Amokachi.

The mercurial midfielder earned a move to Paris Saint-Germain after the tournament for a record fee, the highest ever by an African player.

Okocha was Nigeria's best player from the group phase and the round of 16 before losing to Denmark by 4-1 in the quarter-finals.

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