Galway hurling star Johnny Glynn has recovered from coronavirus but the tall forward’s future with the Tribesmen could be put on the back burner indefinitely.

Glynn has been a central cog for Galway in recent years despite being based in New York and tested positive for Covid-19 last month while in the Big Apple.

The Irish Independent reports that the 2017 All-Ireland SHC winner felt lucky not to have endured common symptoms of the virus, but he did endure one night dealing with pains, vomiting and diarrhoea.

His fiancée Serena also contracted the illness and the two recovered after two weeks of self-quarantine with Glynn stressing the need to adhere to social distancing.

The Ardrahan attacker also raised serious doubts about whether he can commit to Shane O'Neill's Galway hurling squad in the coming years given the current situation.

The 26-year-old has flown home from New York regularly over the past three years but with an application for a Green Card ongoing, his days in maroon and white may be over.

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