Alan out for rest of season with metatarsal injury
Alan Judge has been ruled out for the rest of the season after sustaining a metatarsal problem.
The Republic of Ireland international was injured in training on Tuesday and scans have revealed a fracture.
“Alan injured his right foot in training and has had scans which have shown a stress fracture to his third metatarsal,” Town physio, Matt Byard, told the Club website.
“He will be in a boot for two to three weeks and you are looking at a likely recovery time of six to eight weeks, which means he’s out for the rest of the season in all likelihood.”
The injury also means the 31-year-old will miss Ireland’s Euro 2020 Play-Off semi-final against Slovakia this month but he’s expected to be fit for the European Championship finals in June if the Republic qualify.