For water in the struts, lightly inflate the strut(s) and use gravity and the internal air pressure to drain/push the majority of the water out. After a few dry ( summer low Relative Humidity ) inflation/deflation cycles, the last few drops of water will evaporated out.
If the LE bladder tear is not on or close to an edge seam, then it is not hard to make a reliable repair by welding a patch over the tear.
A welded repair should be about 1/2 the cost of a replacement bladder.
If you are in the US, then go to bladderman In Canada, Private Message me for a bladder welding contact in Canada. Elsewhere, I don’t know anyone doing bladder welding.
The adhesive in Tear Aid has worked reliably for me for years in kites I use frequently - it’s all about getting it down smoothly, without wrinkles on a clean bladder.
Lots of options, just a question about how much money and time you want to spend on it ...