If it is not essential then I am not sure why you want to bother. But as a challenge it maybe well worth doing. I broke the plastic part round the pins of the data port of an SSD at the weekend. I managed to find an old Sata HDD and cut away the bit I needed and super glue it in place. Result working SSD,will I trust it, very unlikely.
But the point of the story my repair was free. Yours could cost you money. Have a look here for a HDD PCB.