- Salamon Kalou has received his University degree in Business administration from the Business School of Lyon
- The former Chelsea star studied for three years at the school before bagging his degree
- Kalou seems to be preparing for life after football and has eyes on going into business
Former Chelsea star Salomon Kalou is preparing to enter the business world after hanging his boot as he received his University degree in Business administration.
In an occasion witnessed by family and friends of the footballer, Kalou obtained his degree on Saturday, September 12, at Business School of Lyon.
The 35-year-old was awarded the degree after completing the three-year studies.
The Bachelor of Business Administration or Bachelor of Business Administration is an undergraduate university degree in business management.
Recall that Kalou recently joined Brazilian topflight club Botafogo from Bundesliga side Hertha Berlin where he spent six seasons.
Despite featuring for a number of teams, Kalou most successful stint was at Chelsea as he won the Premier League, FA Cup, Community Shield and UEFA Champions League.
Kalou made his international debut for Cote d’Ivoire in 2007 and scored 28 goals in 97 appearances.
He helped Cote d’Ivoire win the Africa Cup of Nations in 2015 which was their second.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that before joining Botafago in Brazil, Salomon Kalou caused uproar in the Bundesliga last season.
The Ivorian international was seen flouting coronavirus guidelines on Facebook Live.
He was seen alongside some other stars flouting strict coronavirus hygiene rules and mocking the testing.
Many describe Kalou’s video as awful as they allege that it could force the government to take further stringent decision as regards the resumption of the league.
There was widespread shock as regards the video on Monday afternoon, May 4, with the veteran player fist-bumping and clapping hands with team-mates, as well as barging in on another player's coronavirus test.
In another section of the since-deleted video, Kalou walks in on a Hertha staff member working at a computer, shaking his hand and talking to him for a matter of seconds.
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