Atletico Madrid forward Moussa Dembele lost his awareness and imploded while at the preparation grounds with his colleagues on Tuesday.
As per Spanish media house DirectoGol, Dembele imploded because of low pulse, and he required clinical regard for recover his awareness.
The distribution reports that Dembele had the option to drive himself home later on, relieving fears among his Atletico partners and specialized group.
Dembele will go for additional tests in the following not many days with the club's clinical group likewise set to screen his advancement.
The 24-year-old is presently borrowed from French Ligue 1 side Lyon and has gone through the most since his appearance in Madrid toward the start of the period.
Dembele's transition to Atleti was hampered wounds and he tried positive for Covid-19 not long after joining the Spanish outfit.
He has shown up for Diego Simeone's men since his appearance from Lyon without tracking down the rear of the net.
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