Lots of Everton fans are buzzing at an injury update involving Jean-Philippe Gbamin after the Merseyside club posted a report on their official website.
As per the article, the 24-year old is following an intensive rehabilitation programme and steadily closing in on a return to full training after he had surgery in February to repair a tear in his quadriceps tendon.
According to the Toffees, Gbamin is feeling extremely positive over the progress that he is making under first-team physiotherapist Adam Newall. The Ivorian international has been working closely with Newall to regain fitness as the pair have come up with a regime following current circumstances.
Newall claims that Gbamin is working tirelessly and even said that he has to rein him in a bit, and what will surely please the Blues faithful is that details of the regime were shared in the report.
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— Andy (@toffee_boy_andy) April 20, 2020
That’s great to hear.Obvs with the virus and no football,its his chance to catch up.When/If we start the season again there will be lots of footie in a short space of time,it enhances to risk of more injuries but I hope he is ready to start next season
— Stu Ely (@StuElyF1EFC) April 20, 2020
Boss news that
— benz (@Benhewitt_23) April 20, 2020
Hope it OK goes well for him. He will get a chance.
— Jezza. (@Evertongezza) April 20, 2020
I need a box to box runner who wins tackles and is able to pick the early pass while maintaining possession and recycling where necessary. Keep up your work ethic.
— Terry Brathwaite (@tjbrath) April 20, 2020
He’s alive? Thank god! So great to hear 😉 pic.twitter.com/3qVHEudj5p
— NSNO (@timnsno) April 20, 2020
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