FEARS that Donegal forward Jamie Brennan had suffered a bad injury last weekend have been quelled.
Brennan had to be withdrawn late in Saturday’s defeat by Dublin at Croke Park.
The Bundoran man hobbled off on 61 minutes of the game.
Brennan was an All-Star nominee in 2019 after some scintillating League and Ulster SFC displays.
As he left the action at headquarters, there were fears regarding the diagnosis.
However, Donegal manager Declan Bonner has moved to allay those worries. Indeed, Bonner believes Brennan could feature in Sunday’s crucial game against Monaghan in Ballyshannon.
“We’re hopeful that Jamie will be play,” Bonner said.
“I think he’ll be ok for the weekend.”
Patrick McBrearty made an impactful first appearance of 2020 as a sub in Dublin and could be given a start this weekend.