Leverkusen – Nigeria is bored! Victor Boniface out for 6 weeks with groin injury.

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Victor Boniface must rest for six weeks from a groin injury, making him ineligible to help Nigeria in the Africa Cup of Nations and will definitely not be able to play. Leverkusen Some other games

Victor Boniface, Bayer Leverkusen’s forward The German Bundesliga’s famous club. Will be out of action for 6 weeks after suffering a groin injury.The 23-year-old star is consider one of the key players in making… Leverkusen Currently leading the league. After scoring 10 goals in Bundesliga games from 16 appearances, despite having just move from Union Saint-Chilles last summer.

Boniface was originally call up to the Nigeria national team. Because he was the main hope for the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations. But he was injury during practice. And the test results on Monday, January 8th, showed that his injury was serious enough. Report by https://ufabet999.com

However, if Boniface really needs 6 weeks to recover, it means that in addition to not being able to help his hometown, He will have to miss the game. Leverkusen in some matches as well, while the person in question wished his teammates via Instagram, a popular online social network

Juventus, AC Milan and Napoli are ready to fight for Victor Boniface, the in-form striker. Leverkusen with a value of approximately 40 million euros

The Nigeria international turns 23 on Saturday. And he is having an incredible season in Germany, scoring 15 goals in 22 matches along with eight assists.

That includes 4 goals in 5 Europa League matches.

 He join the Belgian club. In July for €20.5 million and his price has double in just six months.

Meanwhile Tuttomercato insists Napoli view Boniface as the suitable heir to his fellow Nigerian Victor Osimhen. If someone is willing to pay the 140 million euro release clause.

Milan have also been link with Boniface and Lille striker Jonathan David for a while now. For improving the offensive line next season when Olivier Giroud has reached an age close to retirement.