An early update on the injury sustained by an Ipswich Town player during the international break

Wes Burns, a star player for Ipswich Town, has returned to the team for evaluation regarding a shoulder injury he sustained while playing for Wales, according to Phil Cadden.

For Kieran McKenna’s team in the early going of the season, Burns, a winger for Ipswich Town, has been an outstanding player.

He consequently earned a spot in Rob Page’s Wales team for the upcoming round of international matches.

The 28-year-old was also given a start in Wednesday night’s match at home against Gibraltar.

But when he was substituted early in the 4-0 victory due to a shoulder injury, questions were raised right away.

Reporter Cadden has now released an early update subsequent to the blow.

According to Cadden’s post on X, Burns has returned early to Ipswich Town to have his injury evaluated.

Consequently, Charlie Savage of Reading and Joe Low of Wycombe Wanderers will stay with the senior team.

It is hoped that Burns’ latest injury is not too serious because he has been a pillar of McKenna’s defense throughout the season.

As Ipswich Town has had such a great start to the season, the Welshman has started every Championship game and has contributed a goal and an assist from the right side.

Fortunately, the Tractor Boys have enough depth in their lineup to handle Burns’ temporary absence.

That being said, his absence will be felt deeply.

At this point, the club’s only option is to wait for the results of their tests before deciding how to proceed.

Starting spots could be contested by players like Marcus Harness and Omari Hutchinson while he is out.

If Burns is forced out, Kayden Jackson, a striker by nature, is another option on the right side.

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