Ghana forward, Raphael Dwamena has finally returned to training after seven months of no football due to health problems.
The 24-year-old was diagnosed for heart-related diseases in 2019 and was ruled out indefinitely from playing football.
He successfully underwent a heart surgery and was sidelined for a month away from football activities.
However, Dwamena joined his teammates at Real Zaragoza on Saturday's training session.
His return to the turf comes as a relief for his club Real Zaragoza as they prepare for the resumption of football activities after the Coronavirus break.
Dwamena is on a season-long loan deal at Real Zaragoza from Spanish La Liga club UD Levante.
Dwamena scored two goals in 9 matches for Real Zaragoza in the La Liga 2 before he was retired prematurely in October due to his health conditions.
He has capped nine times for the senior national team of Ghana.