Following the head injury to Diego Llorente, which appears to have been fully resolved, Leeds United now have to worry about the fitness of their other loanee at AS Roma, Rasmus Kristensen.

The 26-year-old started in the 4-1 win over AC Monza at the weekend, but came off for Zeki Çelik in the 27th minute because of injury.

Corriere dello Sport come up with an update on Monday about the Leeds man, explaining that Daniele De Rossi, after the big victory, decided to give his team a day off.

That gives them time to recuperate and allows Roma to make sure Kristensen ‘will undergo tests today’ to have a proper look at his ‘left flexor’ injury, which we can only assume is on his hip.

It’s described as a ‘muscle problem’, and there is a chance it could ‘leave him out for some time’, which isn’t what Leeds will want.

The aim of sending the Dane to Roma was for him to play as much as possible in a bid to either sell him on or reintegrate him back into the squad if promotion is achieved, and him being injured helps none of the parties.

Kristensen has suffered a bit of a rollercoaster of a ride in Italy, first struggling under José Mourinho before having a good run of games, but some recent mistakes and this injury have put him back down a bit.

We now have to wait and see to find out how long the Leeds defender faces on the sidelines, with updates likely coming on Tuesday.