Ankara - Super Eagles defender Kenneth Omeruo has returned
to training with his Turkish club, Kasimpasa after recovering from an injury.
The 22-year old central defender suffered a knock in a
league game for Kasimpasa, which forced him to miss Nigeria's international
friendlies against Congo and Cameroon last week.
He has however returned to training, and has begun some
light work and exercises as he bids to regain full fitness. A delighted Omeruo
went to his Instagram page to say: "feels good to be back in
training", with a picture of him jogging
Also read: Omeruo completes Kasimpasa move
In his absence, the defender, on loan from English champions
Chelsea, was made the second vice-captain of the Super Eagles, after Ahmed Musa
was named substantive captain and Ogenyi Onazi first vice-captain.
He has spent the last three seasons out on loan, first with
Dutch club, Ado Den Haag, then two spells at Middlesbrough in the English
championship, before joining Kasimpasa at the start of the current season.For
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