Gio Reyna to miss out on Dortmund’s pre-season

Karim Adeyemi

Gio Reyna has been making a significant impact on Borussia Dortmund’s midfield but playing the pre-season doesn’t seem possible for the American.

The USMNT International hasn’t fully recovered from his injuries playing for his nation. As a result of which Reyna might not be available at the Brackel Training Ground in time. Gio Reyna had injuries back in April that still haven’t healed so he missed out on the final matches of the previous season.

Reyna’s current situation

Ruhr Nachrichten, a newspaper company in Germany states that Reyna has been working on his rehab. The newspaper claims he is on the right path to recovering and it’s only a matter of time.

In order for him to raise his effort in the upcoming weeks and be prepared for the season to commence, it is hoped that he’ll be able to.

The club is in no hurry to bring him back onto the pitch because they have other options like Thorgan Hazard and Jude Bellingham. The bees are patiently waiting for his rehab to end so he can play again.

Why did Reyna miss out?

In the recently completed season, Reyna could only make a total of 12 starts. He sustained a thigh strain while serving an international assignment in October. So the 19-year-old initially was expected to miss most of the 1st part of the campaign.

In February and April, he subsequently experienced fresh difficulties, forcing him to sit out for a significant amount of days.

A comeback?

The upcoming months are very crucial for any footballer. With the World Cup around the corner, everyone will be at the top of their form. Reyna plays for the U.S and is expected to heal before the International FIFA tournament starts.

With stars like Christian Pulisic, Winston McKennie, and Tyler Adams, Gio Reyna would also have huge responsibilities in carrying his country forward in the WC campaign and his club Borussia Dortmund in the Bundesliga.

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