Super Eagles star Ogenyi Onazi is out for three weeks after he suffered a muscle injury in Trabzonspor’s 2-1 win over Fenerbahce.
This was on Sunday in a Turkish Lig game where the midfielder featured for the entire duration of the match.
“After the Fenerbahce match in the Super League, a physical examination was taken and it was discovered that Ogenyi Onazi sustained a second-degree muscle injury,” the team said in a statement.
“Ogenyi Onazi, who had a complaint of muscle pain in his right calf is expected to start working with the team within three weeks after the treatment is started.”
The Nigerian, 25, will now miss the side’s next four ties against Kayserispor, Sivan Belediyespor, Konyaspor and Besiktas.
In a related development, the player has donated N500, 000 to Kano Pillars Football club as he visited the team’s training camp in Abuja on Wednesday.
“@NGSuperEagles player @OnaziOgenyi donated ₦500k to Kano Pillars FC today during training session in Abuja” the club tweeted.
Onazi has not featured for the Eagles in their last four games due to injury worries.