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Panutche Camara’s situation at Plymouth Argyle clarified

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Transfer-listed Plymouth Argyle midfielder Panutche Camara could be set to return to Argyle action in the coming week or so, boss Steven Schumacher has revealed.

The club made it clear back in May that the 25-year-old was available for transfer this summer after talks over a new deal for the player broke down.

Despite the above, Camara remains on the books at Home Park at present, and is now set to return to action after suffering a hamstring injury in the final weeks of the League One season last term.

“We are getting Panutche Camara and Brendan Galloway closer to minutes. They are not going to be available [tonight v Swansea]  but they have been in full contact training for a couple of days now.” Schumacher told PlymouthLive.

“They hopefully will get some minutes on Saturday against Bristol City so the squad is getting stronger.”

The boss continued: “He [Camara] seems to be a good healer, the issue he had seems to be settling down. He’s just building his fitness as well.

“It’s important that we don’t just chuck him into a game too early because you know what he’s like, he would be running at 100 per cent.

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“We need to make sure that he’s physically capable to hold that demand.

“He will maybe get some minutes against Bristol City but we will just have to monitor him and see how he goes in the next few days training, and exactly the same with Brendan Galloway.”

Plymouth’s League One campaign kicks off later this month on July 30th with a home match against Barnsley.

The Verdict

This is certainly an interesting development regarding Panutche Camara’s future.

It looked as though his Plymouth career was over, but given he still remains on the books, what choice do the club have but to get him fit and utilise him.

There have been the odd transfer link here and there, but it does not seem as though a move for the player is imminent at all.

If he is there beyond the end of this month, it will be interesting to see whether or not Schumacher selects him for matches.

If Argyle really do want to sell for definite, playing in those games would risk an injury that could jeopardise any potential sale.


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