Bryn Morris signed for Portsmouth in January 2019 from Shrewsbury for an undisclosed fee but has only made seven appearances for Kenny Jackett’s side.
He’s had an issue with his abdomen, experiencing a lot of pain but the root of the issue is unknown despite seeing specialists. Jackett’s staff have now organised for the young midfielder to travel to Germany later this month, according to The Portsmouth News.
In Germany, he’ll visit a specialist at a Munich clinic where he is to undergo investigative surgery to attempt to find the issue and resolve it to save the young Englishman’s career with Portsmouth.
Despite several attempts to bring Morris back into training after rehabilitation, he hasn’t been able to get back to match fitness.
It’s incredibly frustrating for the player to not know what’s wrong or how to solve it.
The player and Portsmouth fans will hope that this visit will be able to resolve the long-standing issue and get the promising player back into Jackett’s side, where he can hopefully live up to initial promise.
Being injured is a massive psychological issue that players have to face and to try to come back to training several times and fail must be very difficult to deal with when you want to be playing.
Although it could still be a long road to recovery hopefully, these specialists will be able to find the issue and resolve it to get Morris back on the pitch and playing for Pompey where the former England youth international can live up to his potential.