Super Eagles winger Samuel Kalu has been certified medically fit to play for the team at the ongoing 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt, Completesports.com reports.
Kalu slumped during the Super Eagles’ last training session before
Saturday’s 1-0 win against the Swallows of Burundi at the Alexandria Stadium.
He was later revived and reported to have suffered from dehydration.
Completesports.com scooped from a reliable camp source on Monday that the Bordeaux winger has been cleared by the medical team of the Confederation of African Football to resume action in the competition.
Completesports.com reported earlier that Kalu alongside the injured Shehu Abdullahi missed the Super Eagles training on Monday.
Kalu is expected to resume training with his teammates on Tuesday as they perfect strategies ahead of Wednesday’s clash against the Syli Nationale of Guinea.
The Super Eagles will face the Guineans at 3.30 pm at the Alexandria Stadium.
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