Levante's Boateng gets medical clearance to resume full-scale training

Emmanuel Boateng
The Ghanaian has been given the green light to start training with The Frogs' first team after an injury layoff

Levante attacker Emmanuel Boateng has been given the all-clear to rejoin full-scale training after a period of light work. 

Last week, the 22-year-old stepped up his rehabilitation from a knee injury with a special routine exercise away from the first team.

He suffered the setback in a pre-season game last month.

"Boateng has received the medical clearance that enables him to exercise with absolute normality with the rest of the group," the Spanish club announced via their official website on Sunday. 

"Remember that the African attacker was injured during the first game of pre-season against Bournemouth. 

"Boateng has completed the work session scheduled for the day today at the Bunol facilities."

Boateng missed Levante's opening game of La Liga at Real Betis last week due to his condition. 

It is unclear if the Accra-born will be involved in the next fixture against Celta de Vigo Monday. 

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He will hope to continue from where he left off last season as he registered an incredible hat-trick against champions Barcelona in his last competitive outing for The Frogs. 

In all, the former Moreirense man netted six times in 25 appearances involving 10 starts for Levante last term. He also scored against giants Real Madrid