Ghana and St Gallen defender Musah Nuhu has finally made full recovery from a serious knee injury which has sidelined him for more than 7 months after taking to training on Monday.
The former WAFA centre-back sustained the career-threatening knee injury in June last year during Ghana’s 2019 AFCON training camp in Dubai.
Nuhu tore an anterior cruciate ligament in the left knee and that jeopardized his chances of making his dream debut for the senior national football team.
The 23-year-old underwent a corrective surgery in Switzerland and a subsequent rehabilitation was initiated with the player going through successfully.
His return to fitness is good news for Ghana and his club side St Gallen who have yet to enjoy him fully since he signed permanently after impressing on loan previously.
The Swiss League is however on break due to the CoronaVirus pandemic.