Having sustained a career-threatening Achilles Tendon tear, Isiagi had to undergo an operation that successfully happened.
He is now expected to take a five-month rehabilitation for a tranquil healing process before resuming the active football business.
“The surgery was very successful and I would like to thank the medical team that attended to me. I hope and pray to bounce back strongly,” Isiagi said.
Last season, Daniel Isiagi featured for South Africa’s Jojo Cosmos and appeared on the Cranes team that played in the AFCON 2021 qualifiers.
The injury came in as the player weighed his offers from Africa, Europe, and beyond. This happened during the time of the just concluded transfer window.
Medical experts advised Isiagi to seek proper treatment that necessitated surgery as well. He immediately made that bold decision that many athletes undertook.
However, he is still in Nairobi at the moment as the recovery timeline has already started running. He will look at other available offers on the table upon finishing the entire healing process.
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