Crystal Palace striker Jordan Ayew is expected to return to training this week after the star’s Covid-19 scare finally came to an end.
Ayew, 29, tested positive for the illness on his return from international duty with Ghana two weeks ago.
The Ghana international has been recovering well since he tested positive for the virus as he shows no symptoms since last week.
The Ghana international is among SEVEN internationals who contracted the virus after the country’s international friendlies against Mali and Qatar.
Ayew has been isolated for the past 10 days according to the UK government guidelines and must return a negative test before joining Crystal Palace training once more.
Jordan missed the Eagles 1-1 draw against Brighton and Hove Albion in the English Premier League at the weekend.
The Ghana Football Association (GFA) in a statement late last Sunday announced one team official tested positive before their game against Mali, while another technical team member tested positive before the team flew out of Turkey, but emphasized the team adhered to all COVID-19 safety protocols.
“The GFA ensured all FIFA COVID-19 protocols were strictly adhered to throughout the national team’s engagement and it is quite a concern that some members of the team have subsequently tested positive for the virus,” said the statement
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