Ghana international Daniel Amartey ended his 9 months injury spell with a return to the pitch for Leicester City in their preseason clash with Stoke City FC
The Ghanaian center back was stretchered off the pitch in October 2018 and has since been out for the last 273 days.
A timely return to the pitch boosted the transfer market for the Foxes with the centre back coming as a summer arrival due his long spell away from the pitch.
Daniel Amartey replaced Nampalys Mendy as a second half substitute to end his 9 months spell on the treatment table.
The return of Amartey to the field could pave way for the much anticipated exit of Harry Maguire with Manchester United keen on the Foxes center back.
Brendan Rodgers men won the game 2-1 to keep their impressive preseason form heading into the 2019/20 premier league campaign.