Any Leeds United fans potentially worried about defender Diego Llorente can rest assured as he’s now been released from hospital after picking up an injury for Roma on Thursday evening.

That’s according to La Roma 24, relaying information from Sky Italy, who say ‘good news arrives’ for the defender, who was forced to leave the pitch due to a bad blow to the head in Roma’s clash with Feyenoord.

Reports from earlier today explained that Llorente, who is on loan at Roma from Leeds this season, was forced to spend the night in hospital after the clash, which had left him with a nasty head wound.

The injury did not appear to be a serious one, but precautions had to be taken and he spent the night being watched over, with his involvement in Roma’s next game looking unlikely.

La Roma 24 now follow that up and say the Spaniard spent the night at Villa Stuart where he underwent a CT scan, which produced a negative result, meaning everything being clear.

Thus, he was allowed to leave the Roman clinic early this afternoon and his condition is good, although it remains to be seen what involvement he will have, if any, when Roma take on Torino on Monday.

The positive is that he’s suffered no lasting damage from the clash, which we’re sure Leeds fans will be delighted to hear also.