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AS Roma defender Evan Ndicka was discharged from a hospital in Udine on Monday following his collapse during his team's match against Udinese a day earlier, but will continue to undergo tests in Rome.

"First and second-level cardiological tests were administered that were negative for cardiac pathologies," Roma said in a statement about Ndicka's medical condition. "In light of the last tests undergone this morning, the medical situation is compatible with a thoracic trauma with minimal left pneumothorax."

No further updates about his condition, including information about a potential return to the pitch, were shared on Monday.

Sunday's match was officially suspended due to the uncertain conditions of the player. Ndicka was rushed to the hospital where his condition was assessed as Daniele De Rossi's team asked Udinese for the suspension of the game, and the home side immediately accepted the request.

Ndicka was conscious before he left the field but was visibly in pain and rubbed his chest as the medical team rushed to treat him, per Reuters. The club also said Ndicka was "feeling better" later, when the team went to visit him after the match.

Following the collapse, it was De Rossi who immediately went into the dressing room to figure out the health conditions of the player, and once he came back into the pitch he explained to Udinese coach Gabriele Cioffi and the referee Luca Pairetto that he preferred to suspend the game.

The match was interrupted at minute 72. There is no indication yet on when the game will be resumed as Roma prepare to face AC Milan on Thursday in the second leg of the Europa League quarterfinals.