Players of the Nigerian national team will undergo COVID-19 tests, ahead of their Tuesday’s international friendly with Tunisia, Goal reports.
Super Eagles stars were also assessed before last Friday’s game against Algeria.
However, all medical tests for players and coaches returned negative. The next round of tests will take place on today.
Last week, the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) were forced to clarify claims that four players in the camp had contracted the virus before they took on the Desert Foxes and lost with a 1-0 win for the Algerians.
The Super eagles coach Gernot Rohr’s says he’s hoping for a win for the eagles as they face the Tunisians.