Sounders Injury Updates
It’s unclear if he’ll be fit for the playoff game vs. Real Salt Lake.
Nico Lodeiro could start, while Raúl Ruidíaz is more questionable.
Lodeiro may even travel for Tuesday’s match against LAFC.
The striker has been rehabbing in Peru over the last couple weeks.
Brian Schmetzer said he expects Morris to resume full training by the end of this week and to be available to start games before the end of the regular season.
Frei last played on May 12.
Both could start against Minnesota on Sept. 11, Sounders coach strongly suggests.
Sounders head coach Brian Schmetzer indicates they’ve not ruled out a return this year.
Lodeiro is returning in time to help the Sounders push for silverware.
Goalkeeper also says he’s in the best shape of his life and just waiting for the go-ahead from doctors.
Sounders captain is not quite ready to play but a return in the next few weeks seems possible.
Sounders midfielder has only 24 minutes this season.
Aside from Brad Smith, injured players need more time on the mend.
Our favorite "realdocfakename" gives his prognosis — from a distance — and thinks we’ll be waiting several months, at least.
Lodeiro undergoes arthroscopic surgery, while Frei suffered a blood clot and will likely need to go on blood-thinners.
Garth Lagerwey suggests team is more inclined to play it slow with both Atencio and Lodeiro.