Fit-again Leganes Defender Omeruo Raring To Go Under Caretaker ManagerPublished: October 24, 2019
Nigeria international Kenneth Omeruo is in line to earn his seventh league appearance of the season for his Spanish La Liga outfit, Leganes this weekend.
The central defender was unavailable for Nigeria's international friendly against Brazil due to injury but has since made his return to action in Leganes's last game versus Getafe in the La Liga.
This morning, the former Chelsea defender was pictured in a training session with his teammates at the ID Butarque stadium in preparation for their domestic league game with Mallorca on Saturday.
Should he take part in games against Eibar, Real Madrid and Real Sociedad coming up later next month, Omeruo will thus, presumably not be lacking in fitness by the time he reports for international duty next month.
The 2013 Nations Cup winner has started six of Leganes's nine league games this season, missing games versus Osasuna, Villarreal and Levante.
Los Pepineros management earlier this month parted ways with erstwhile manager Mauricio Pellegrino following a poor run of results with reserve-team coach Luis Cembranos and his assistant Carlos Martinez expected to take charge for the time being.
Football News 24/7
- Uduokhai's Future At Wolfsburg Will Be Clarified By The End Of May
- Fast-rising Chelsea Youngster Anjorin Can Become A Star At Stamford Bridge
- Udinese Defender Troost-Ekong Speaks On The Importance Of Football In His Life
- Josh Maja Emerges As Rangers Transfer Target To Replace Newcastle, Leicester-Linked Striker
- Arsenal Can Still End The Season On A High Despite Their Shortcomings
- Odion Ighalo Can Become A Legendary Name At Manchester United
- Rohr's Confidant Gives Two Key Reasons For Super Eagles Coach Not Living In Nigeria
- Coronavirus : Glasgow Rangers' Aribo, Ojo Agree To Give Up Half Their Salary Until July 2020
- Nigeria Playmaker Iwobi Among Premier League Stars Who Watched Naked Girls On Instagram Live
- 'He's A Proper Player' - Watford Captain Impressed By Bukayo Saka's Displays At Arsenal
- African Players Transfers
- Australia/ Asia
- Belgian Championship
- Danish Football
- English Premier League
- Nigeria National Teams
- Nigeria Premier League
- Norwegian Football
- Polish Football
- Russian Championship
- Serie A
- Spanish Liga
- Swedish Championship
- Turkish Championship
- Ukrainian Football
- Women's Football