By Angu Lesley
Football Writer, kick442.com-Cameroon
Cameroon and Dinamo Moscow forward Njie Clinton Mua, 25, has tested positive for the Corona virus per reports from French outlet RMC.
The former Olympique Lyonnais forward is amongst a handful of Russian Premier League footballers who are currently in isolation, after a positive results returned from mass testing conducted by the staff of Clubs in the Championship.
Last month, the erstwhile Tottenham winger contributed in the fight against the CoronaVirus pandemic through the offering of kits to a government-owned hospital in his native Buea.
The virus is rapidly encroaching into the sports industry in Russia.
Rostov, another Russian Premier League side was forced to play its Under-17 team in a league game on Friday evening. This came after its entire squad was put in isolation as some members of the squad tested positive for Corona virus.
🇷🇺 L'ancien lyonnais et marseillais, Clinton Njie, a été contrôlé positif au Covid-19 et placé en quarantaine. C'est le quatrième joueur du Dynamo Moscou à être atteint par le Coronavirus.
— RMC Sport (@RMCsport) June 20, 2020
Njie is the second Cameroonian footballer in Europe to return a positive results this week.
Brentford’s Bryan Mbeumo was reported earlier today by Kick442.com.
The 2017 AFCON winner, Njie is amongst very few Cameroonian footballers that have contributed in the fight against the pandemic in his country.
The Brasserie Academy
graduate is currently in Russia.
There hasn’t been a Club statement or a statement from the player on the situation.
This Pan-African Sports News Agency is monitoring the situation for details once we get them.
So far, Russia has registered 8002 fatality from 576952 infected persons. 334592 of the infected persons have recovered.
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