Victor Moses, Six Others Leave Italy After 14-day Quarantine
Former Super Eagles and Chelsea forward, Victor Moses, has left Italy due to the spread of coronavirus in Italy and the mandatory 14-day quarantine recommended to be observed by players, L’Equipe reports.
The former Liverpool player, Moses, is among the seven Inter Milan players that have left the country for their different destinations with Italy battling with the deadly virus after recording highest number of deaths to coronavirus.
Others who have returned to their bases include Romelu Lukaku, Ashley Young, Christian Eriksen and Diego Godin.
The Serie A team was forced into self-isolation, after Juventus defender Daniel Rugani tested positive to COVID-19.
Rugani was an unused substitute in the Derby d’Italia game that ended 2-0 in favour of Juventus.