Super Eagles Stars Rejoin Clubs Ahead Of Season Resumption
Super Eagles duo of Jamilu Collins and William Troost-Ekong has returned to Germany and Italy respectively to resume trainings with their club sides.
According to reports, left-back, Jamilu Collins, has resumed training with Paderborn for the first time since German football was shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Although, full training hasn't began in Germany but there are plans to resume full training and ensure that the league matches return in the coming days.
Collins' club, Paderborn said in a statement on its website “Paderborn players and the supervisory staff have been tested twice for the coronavirus in the past few days and twice there have been consistently negative test results,”
“That is why head coach Steffen Baumgart is back in team training with his team this afternoon (Tuesday), taking into account the requirements of the authorities and taking into account the recommendations of the German Football League.”
In other news, Super Eagles defender, William Troost-Ekong has also rejoined Udinese as Italian authorities permitted clubs to resume training.
The 26-year old had been in UK with his family since March that the Serie-A season has been suspended.
Ekong shared some photos of himself, partner and son in what is presumed to be a private plane as they returned to Italy.
Troost-Ekong made 23 league appearances for Udinese before the season was suspended.