Ghana winger Edwin Gyasi will spend 14-days in isolation before being allowed to train at Bulgarian side CSKA Sofia, GHANAsoccernet.com can report.
The 28-year-old has returned to the country after spending the coronavirus break with his family in the Netherlands.
The Ghana international will be quarantined for the next two weeks before being allowed to join the rest of his teammates in training.
He was told of the measure before deciding to fly to the Netherlands to be with his family.
Gyasi, who has been linked with a move to Turkish side Besiktas in the summer, is still contracted to the Bulgarian side until June 30.
Basic training are being allowed to resume after the government watered down some of the lockdown measures that had been imposed since mid-March.