Nigeria striker Obafemi Martins has resumed training 11 months after rupturing his muscle fibre, Sportinglife.ng reports.
The former Seattle Sounders and Birmingham City star suffered the injury during Shanghai Shenhua’s Asian Champions League game against Kashima Antlers in April last year.
The 34 year old, who later underwent a successful surgery in London and had since been out of action, posted a 37 seconds video of his workout on his Instagram page.
“Work in progress”, the former Inter Milan and Levante forward said alongside the video.
Martins, whose Chinese Super League contract worth eye-watering $9 million expired at the end of last season has recently been linked with Australian top-flight club, Wellington Phoenix
He scored 19 goals in 40 Chinese Super League games since he made his debut in 2015 for Shanghai Shenhua.
The former Wolfsburg and Newcastle United striker also has 18 goals in 42 games for the Super Eagles.
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