It appears Ghana's two friendly matches last week during the International break is now turning into a coronavirus super spreader as at least five Ghana players have tested positive for the coronavirus.

Before the game against Mali, four of their players tested positive for the virus and were sent home but the match went ahead.

Since then at least four players and official have tested positive for the virus with the latest being Kasim Nuhu Adams of German side TSG Hoffeinheim.

Aside that Trabzonspor striker Caleb Ansah Ekuban has reportedly been rushed to the Hospital after showing signs and symptoms of coronavirus.

Ghana played two friendly matches last week against Mali and then Qatar in Antalya, Turkey and Kasim Nuhu  and some four others who featured  in those games have all tested positive.

This has sent shockwaves across major club's in Europe whose player's were involved in those friendly games.

Besiktas midfielder Bernard Mensah, Gideon Mensah, Joseph Aidoo, and Black Stars management committee member Jones Abu Alhassan have all been confirmed to have contracted the virus during the training camp in Turkey.