Super Eagles forward Henry Onyekuru’s Galatasaray coach Fatih Terim tested positive for coronavirus as the club has announced on Twitter.
Terim who has also managed Italian clubs AC Milan and Fiorentina and the Turkish national side, is 66 years old.
He said: “According to the test results made today, my Corona Virus result was positive
“I’m in good hands at the hospital. Do not worry. About to communicate as soon as possible.”
Galatasaray added: “What did we not achieve when we put it shoulder to shoulder! We are with you, teacher! Once again.”
It follows vice-chairman Abdurrahim Albayrak also contracting Covid-19, which the club announced earlier on Monday.
The Turkish Super Liga was suspended last week until further notice due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Before the Super Lig was suspended owing to the outbreak of the coronavirus, Onyekuru has featured in seven league games for Terim’s men with one goal to his credit since returning to the club for his second spell from AS Monaco.