Town’s boss, Kieran McKenna, shares a promising update amid the pathetic injury of the 28-year-old Ipswich Town star…

Ipswich Town has received encouraging news regarding Wes Burns’ shoulder injury, as it appears that surgery will not be necessary, according to Kieran McKenna.

Wes Burns, a key player for Ipswich Town, has been a consistent presence on the right side this season and has been a starter in the Championship, following his outstanding performance in their promotion-winning campaign. However, he is set to be sidelined due to a shoulder injury he sustained while on international duty.

When he was forced to leave a Wales game early, concerns arose that the 28-year-old might require surgery to address the issue.

In a recent update from Ipswich Town manager McKenna, it appears that surgery will not be necessary, based on the assessment of a specialist. In an interview with the East Anglian Daily Times after the midweek victory over Bristol City, the manager stated that the specialist is optimistic about avoiding surgery.

As a result, Burns should be available to return after the November international break, McKenna mentioned:

“Wes had a positive evaluation from the specialist. The specialist is optimistic that surgery won’t be required. If that’s the case, the rehabilitation process will be different, and we should have him back around the November international break, which would be a positive outcome compared to our initial concerns.”

Promising update emerges on injury to Ipswich Town star Burns

While Burns’ absence is a setback for Ipswich Town, it would have been a longer absence if surgery had been necessary. Therefore, the recent specialist’s assessment brings hope to the Tractor Boys.

Fortunately, McKenna has several strong options to choose from during Burns’ absence. Kayden Jackson started on the right side in the victory over Bristol City, and there are also options like Chelsea loanee Omari Hutchinson and Marcus Harness.

The depth of talent in McKenna’s squad allows him to field strong players even when a key player like Burns is sidelined. The hope is that one of the three right-sided options can step up in Burns’ absence and provide competition for his position upon his return to full fitness.”

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