Collingwood defender Nick Maxwell is contemplating retirement but a final call will not be made until he consults another specialist on Wednesday morning.
The former Magpies premiership skipper seriously injured his ankle in Sunday’s heavy loss to Essendon at the MCG and is mulling over his next move. It is understood one option under consideration is immediate retirement.
It was his first senior game back since round 11 after recovering from a calf injury. Maxwell appeared to be downbeat when he fulfilled his media work on Monday.
If Maxwell was to retire, it would be a major loss for a defence that has struggled in recent weeks.
Former West Coast Eagles premiership player Karl Langdon, now a radio commentator in Perth, tweeted on Tuesday night that Maxwell would retire.
“I believe Collingwood’s Nick Maxwell with retire tomorrow. Well done on your career. Not a star but had a crack,” he said.
It is understood Maxwell will not play on next year even if he decides to complete this season.
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