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Sassuolo's on-loan forward Babacar has collapsed in training

Fri 09 July 2021 | 15:12

Khouma Babacar has reportedly collapsed due to a cardiac ‘spasm’ during training with Aytemiz Alanyaspor.

The Senegalese joined the Turkish club last September on loan from 

Sassuolo

, and seemingly felt unwell during a training session today and crumpled to the ground before receiving immediate first aid and being rushed to hospital for tests.

According to reports from Turkish outlets, 

Babacar’s

 condition is stable after what is believed to be a ‘cardiac spasm.’

“Our football player Khouma Babacar, who became ill this morning in the Burdur camp, was found to have had a heart spasm as a result of the first examinations made at the Burdur State Hospital,” 

the club statement

 read.

“Further examinations and treatment of our football player will be carried out at Private Alanya Anadolu Hospital under the supervision of our club doctor Ismail Yetkin. We convey our best wishes to our football player and wish him a speedy recovery.”

 

The 

Alanyaspor

 forward has spent most of his career in 

Italy

 playing for Fiorentina, Padova, Modena, Sassuolo, and Lecce before moving to Turkey in 2020. Babacar has scored 39 goals in 166 Serie A appearances, plus 21 goals in 55 Serie B matches.

Joining the Turkish Super Lig club on a two-year loan deal, although the deal is expected to expire at the end of the 2021-22 season, 

Çağdaş Atan

's

 side has the option to make the deal permanent.

 


source: SportMob

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