Former Parma midfielder Solomon Nyantakyi could be set free in the coming weeks if medical personnel come out that he is mentally stable.
Nyantakyi, 21, has been in prison in a psychiatric facility since July when he murdered his mum Patience and little sister Magdalene in their apartment in Parma.
The budding footballer who took to drugs and joined bad company will have his fate determined by investigator Paola Dal Monte whether he will spend the rest of his life in prison or be sent back home.
According to Parmapress, Medical expertise will be brought to examined Nyantakyi and if the report is positive that he is healed and has stable mind, he will be entrusted back to his father.
Nyantakyi’s father Fred who was in London when the incident happened has already stated that no matter the pain he has caused, he is ready to take him back