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Luka Romero does not suffer fractures

The Argentinian right-winger returned to the hotel at dawn after undergoing medical tests in a hospital in Vigo. The 19-year-old has a swollen and bruised face

UD Almería right-winger Luka Romero does not suffer a fracture in his jaw, as was initially reported based on the kick he suffered on his face with the studs of his team-mate Marc Pubill's boot during the match played at the Stadium Abanca Balaídos. 

The UD Almería right-winger was taken off the pitch on a stretcher once treated and immobilised with a collar and then transferred to a hospital where he underwent medical tests, including a CT scan, ruling out a fracture or other type of injury. He has a facial swelling and a hematoma as a result of the knock received. 

In the early hours of the morning, the 19-year-old, accompanied by Diego Portugal, head of the Club's medical services and by physiotherapist José Álvarez, he left the hospital and went to the team's hotel, the NH Collection Vigo. 

The UD Almería travelling squad return to Almería this Saturday on a charter flight. As for Léo Baptistão, he suffers a severe ankle sprain, although he is going to undergo medical tests to find out the real extent of the issue.