Ghanaian midfielder Samuel Alabi started group training with his FC Luzern team mates after undergoing a week mandatory quarantine since joining the Swiss side.

Alabi joined the side a fortnight ago and was mandated to go into quarantine as part of the club’s observation of the COVID-19 protocols.

The Iniesta-like midfielder joined the Swiss side from Israeli side FC Ashdod where he spent a season after his move from Dreams FC.

The 20-year-old Ghanaian signed a 4-year contract that will run until June 30, 2024 and will intensify the FC Luzern offensive in the future.

Alabi joined immediately after signing the deal but couldn’t have joined the entire team for full training due to the COVID-19.

Though the Ghanaian youngster had not tested positive for the virus, it was only mandatory he undergoes the quarantine period before joining the whole team for group training.

Samuel Alabi started his career in Ghana at Dreams FC before joining Ashdod FC for the 2019/20 season.

The right footed play maker who is versatile and can be used in various offensive positions, impresses with his modern style of play and is intended to additionally stimulate FC Luzern’s offensive in the future.

Alabi’s Iniesta-like play maker is what the Swiss giants need to transform their side to be competitive in the Swiss League which just started a fortnight ago.

The former Dreams FC midfielder was always in the headlines during his stay with FC Ashdod in Israel where he spent a year after departing Ghana.

Watch Alabi’s first training below: