Portsmouth midfielder Bryn Morris looks set to be allowed to depart the South Coast as he recovers from a groin injury, according to Portsmouth News.
Injury problems have halted the 23-year-old’s progress at Pompey, and it appears that Kenny Jackett may be considering his possible departure.
Since joining last January, Morris has only appeared eight times with a resurfacing groin injury a cause for concern.
It has been a tough stay since he joined from Shrewsbury in January – he spent the first half of last season on loan at Wycombe, where he thoroughly impressed.
He has yet to prove his long-term fitness to the staff and supporters and for that reason Jackett is potentially looking to allow the midfielder to leave and bring in a replacement.
The deadline for transfers in League One is 5pm on September 2nd.
Here is some of your reaction on Twitter to the potential sale….
Feel for the guy. Obviously a good player there somewhere
— James (@jamesfrowen) August 13, 2019
Get rid hes a money pit, just put the money into bringing in Herbie Kane on loan.
— george jones (@jonesygeorge) August 13, 2019
Offload him we don’t need him he is ????
— Steve .B (@S_Branscombe) August 13, 2019
Feel sorry for Morris, obviously some talent there somewhere but if it means Herbie Kane coming in and Morris going out..well ????♂️#Pompey
— Ell (@FookingEll) August 13, 2019
To say that Bryn Morris has been "Robbing a living" was very harsh, I thought, Steve. He has been very unlucky with injury. He wouldn't want not to be playing. Good luck to Bryn for the future, whether it's with @Pompey or with another club.
— Play up, Pompey ! (@Sophiasogood) August 13, 2019
Thank Christ for that.
— NHJ (@nathan_h_james) August 13, 2019