The Ghanaian combative midfelder collided with an opponent in an aerial duel and was forced off the pitch during his side’s 0-2 defeat to Brescia over the weekend
Emmanuel Agyemang Badu Computed Tomography scan outcome is not a positive one , according to a statement from Hellas Verona over his health conditions.
The 29-year-old midfield enforcer collided with an opponent in an aerial duel and was substituted on the 67th minute having complained about dizziness during the weekend Serie A away match fixture against Brescia.
Following a scan over his health conditions, the club have announced that the on-loan Udinese man remains asymptomatic as he is still recovering from the injury setback.
They added that the former Bursaspor loanee is still under the microscope as they look forward to his discharging from the health centre.
A statement from the club reads: “The CT scan and the tests he (Agyemang Badu) underwent yesterday evening, Sunday 5 June, which at the time of substitution during Brescia-Hellas Verona had complained of dizziness following a fortuitous air game clash, all gave negative results.
“The Ghanaian footballer remained under observation for a few hours at the ‘Spedali Civili’ of Brescia to then be discharged late in the evening and return to Peschiera.
“Badu is now well and asymptomatic. His condition will be monitored in the next few hours anyway.”