Everton have been hit with some more frustrating news as one of their influential players has become a victim of the international break.
According to Ben Dinnery, who is a freelance injury analyst, Seamus Coleman has picked up a foot injury whilst on duty with the Republic of Ireland.
— Ben Dinnery (@BenDinnery) September 10, 2018
The defender is believed to have picked up his latest setback against Wales and will be unavailable for their clash with Poland on Tuesday night.
And, to make things worse for Everton, they will be sweating on the possibility that he may not be fit for their clash with West Ham United on Sunday.
Coleman has featured in every game since Marco Silva took over the reigns at Goodison Park, however, he may have an anxious wait to see if the full-back will be available for selection.
Coleman has only recently recovered from a serious leg injury and will be hoping this latest setback does not keep him out of the side for too long.
The right-back, who has been ever-present for Silva this season, is a key player for the Toffees and his absence will surely be missed, should he be ruled out of the match with the Hammers.
However, Everton could look to use Jonjoe Kenny to fill in for the Irishman, as he looks to continue to impress his new manager at Goodison Park.
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