Collingwood forward Jordan De Goey flew out for Germany on Sunday evening to be assessed by world renowned hamstring specialist and Bayern Munich head doctor, Hans-Wilhelm Muller-Wohlfahrt.

The Magpies made the call to send De Goey to Germany shortly after Friday night’s Qualifying Final victory over Geelong.

De Goey was unable to complete the match due to a hamstring strain he suffered in the first term.

It was the 23 year-old’s return match after suffering a hamstring injury in round 19.

Teammates Ben Reid, Darcy Moore and Jamie Elliott have all been treated by Muller-Wohlfahrt, as have the likes of Ronaldo and Usain Bolt.

“Anything that can reasonably assist and expedite Jordy’s recovery is worth exploring,” said Collingwood GM of Football, Geoff Walsh.