Ghana midfielder Kwame Bonsu has tested positive for COVID-19 his club has announced.
The Esperance midfielder took the test on Thursday and the results came out as positive on Friday.
He has not shown any symptoms as of today since he is asymptomatic and is already in self-isolation.
The club confirmed Bonsu’s COVID-19 results on its official Twitter account.
Kwamé Bonsu has tested positive for COVID-19 and is currently self-isolating according to the necessary guidelines.
He joins head coach Moine Chaabani, Second assistant coach Othman Najar and Physical trainer Sabri Bouazi who all tested positive two days ago.
Bonsu is expected to take another test in the coming days and hope it will come back negative in order for him to return to the pitch.