Ahmed Musa debunks rumours claiming he and his family contracted deadly coronavirus
- Ahmed Musa labels rumour of him contracting coronavirus as fake news
- The Nigerian star recently returned to the country from his Saudi Arabia base with his family
- Musa added that he will be observing the 14 days self-isolation rule to be sure of his status
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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It is however yet to be seen when the leagues will resume but the most important is that matches will be played behind closed doors according to reports.
The former Leicester City forward wrote on Instagram: "It has come to my notice that certain individuals have decided to post false news about me testing positive to COVID-19.
"This is a pandemic taking peoples lives in thousands so it is sad that some people want to use this to gain followers or views on their pages by spreading falsehood.
"My family and I came in from Saudi Arabia and decided to follow the government's rule of isolation for 14 days, not because any of us have the virus.
"We are perfectly okay and have not tested positive to the virus. Please don't fall for the malicious messages circulating about me or my family. Stay safe, maintain social distancing. "
Musa Al-Nassr joined his present club in the summer of 2018 having being relegated to the bench at Leicester City.
Legit.ng earlier reported that former Leicester City forward Ahmed Musa has been named in FourFourTwo's worst 50 Premier League players in history as reported by Complete Sports.
The 27-year-old ranked at number 44, having managed just 2 goals in his 21 appearances for the Foxes.
Musa, Super Eagles assistant captain, who joined Leicester City not long after the club won the Premier League title in 2016 had a poor show there.
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