The 29-year-old striker missed the Eagles’ draw against Brighton on Sunday due to the health update
Crystal Palace forward Jordan Ayew has contracted coronavirus and he has gone into self-isolation to treat himself.
He has been a regular player in Roy Hodgson’s Crystal Palace set-up since the start of the season with four appearances in the Premier League.
The 29-year-old disclosed he is asymptomatic to Covid-19 but he has commenced the self-isolation at home.
“Sadly, I have tested positive for Covid-19 and have begun my quarantine in line with the health guidance,” Ayew tweeted.
“Thankfully, I am feeling fine and I do not have any symptoms. I will be cheering the boys on from home and look forward to being back on the pitch soon.”
However, Hodgson suspects he contracted Covid-19 in the Ghana camp and he does not know when Ayew will return to action.
“Unfortunately he tested positive for Covid in our last test on Friday,” Hodgson said, per Evening Standard.
“He’s been away with Ghana, which we weren’t exactly delighted to accept that he had to do. Like several other Ghanaian players, I believe when they have gone back to their clubs they have tested positive.
“Now we have to follow the relative government and Premier League guidelines before we see him again.
“I don’t know [when we’ll have him back]. Don’t ask me to stand here and explain all of the Premier League government guidelines when it comes to Covid.”