- Victor Osimhen has recovered from the Coronavirus after more than two weeks
- Napoli took to their social media page to confirm the latest development about the Nigerian
- Osimhen and his teammates at Napoli are currently occupying third position on the table
After more than two weeks of being under self-isolation and serious treatment, Napoli chiefs have finally confirmed that Nigerian striker Victor Osimhen has recovered from COVID-19.
This will come as a great news for the Super Eagles striker who has not played any game this year for Napoli in all competitions.
Victor Osimhen actually contracted the COVID-19 when he traveled to Nigeria during the December holiday.
During his time in Lagos, Osimhen also used the opportunity to celebrate his 22nd birthday in which the former Lille star was spotted dancing in the public without using nose mask.
On his return to Italy he was isolated for 14 days but after that period, he was subjected to another test which again came out positive.
Napoli confirmed on their social media page that Victor Osimhen has now fully recovered and he is expected start training with his teammates soon.
Osimhen has only made nine appearances for Napoli scoring two goals and providing one assist since teaming up with the club in the summer.
The centre-forward joined the Parthenopeans from French side Parthenopeans for a fee of club-record fee of €70 million which could rise to €80 million in a big move.
Earlier, Legit.ng Nigerian striker Paul Onuachu on Thursday night, January 21, continued with his impressive performances this season for his club Genk after scoring for them in their 1-1 draw against Gent.
Although it was a disappointing result for the Super Eagles star and his teammates as they were unable to get a win at home, Paul Onuachu registered his 20th goal of the season.
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Gent started the match aggressively looking for early goal against their opponents, but they were unable to get it until the 7th minute when Paul Onuachu scored an incredible goal to give his side the lead.
Five minutes later, the Nigerian had another chance to score after getting a good pass from Theo Bongonda, but he was unable to find the back of the net.
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