Jean-Philippe Gbamin updated supporters on Sunday evening with a series of pictures in the gym preparing for an upcoming Everton return Not many players have been subject to as much bad luck as Jean-Philippe Gbamin has over the past two years. There was a distinct amount of excitement among Everton fans when the midfielder made the move from Mainz in August 2019, as supporters were intrigued about how the Ivory Coast international would go about stepping into Idrissa Gueye's position in the side.
Everton midfielder Jean-Phillipe Gbamin hopes to take part in preseason this summer. The Liverpool Echo says Gbamin missed the majority of last season before making his comeback to the delight of Everton fans. However, his time in the side lasted no longer than a week after suffering medial ligament damage in a training ground incident with Lucas Digne.
Everton midfielder Jean-Philippe Gbamin is working hard to ensure he is fit for the new Premier League season Everton midfielder Jean-Phillipe Gbamin has posted an injury update to his Instagram page ahead of pre-season. Gbamin missed the majority of last season before making his comeback to the delight of Everton fans.
Marco Silva says the gap left by both players was a key factor in a run of results which led to his sacking Marco Silva says the injury to Jean-Philippe Gbamin and not being able to replace Kurt Zouma were key factors in his sacking as Everton manager.But the Portuguese coach, who was axed in December 2019 after 18 months in charge, maintains he 'fully respects' the Blues' decision to bring his reign to an end and has wished Carlo Ancelotti "the best" at Goodison.
Carlo Ancelotti said Everton ‘still have trust’ in Jean-Philippe Gbamin, who has sustained a series of injuries since joining from Mainz. Photograph: Jon Super/AP Carlo Ancelotti has claimed a central midfielder and striker are not transfer priorities for Everton this summer because the club trust Jean-Philippe Gbamin and Paris Saint-Germain have yet to make a permanent move for Moise Kean. The Everton manager believes Gbamin will prove his worth despite sustaining as many serious injuries since his £22.5m
Gbamin will play no further part this season after damaging his knee at Finch Farm last week Everton will not be looking to sign a midfielder to replace Jean-Philippe Gbamin next season, Carlo Ancelotti has confirmed.Last month the Blues boss said the club had been weighing up reinforcements in that position but it all hinged on the fitness of Gbamin.
The Ivory Coast international will no longer feature for the Goodison Park outfit in the current campaign due to his latest injury Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti has affirmed Jean-Philippe Gbamin will be on the sidelines for at least eight weeks, although he will not undergo surgery.The 25-year-old suffered a knee injury before the Toffees' encounter against Brighton & Hove Albion in Monday’s Premier League game.
Marcel Brands must add depth to the midfield at Everton in the upcoming summer transfer window Marcel Brands adding to the Everton midfield has been 'elevated' on his summer transfer priority list.That is the opinion of the latest Royal Blue Podcast following the goalless draw at Brighton and Hove Albion on Monday, with the game following a season-ending injury to Jean-Philippe Gbamin.
The Ivory Coast international will be expected to return to action soon as he will not have to go under the knife for his latest injury Everton have confirmed Jean-Philippe Gbamin will not need to have surgery on his knee injury after undergoing a scan.The 25-year-old picked up the latest injury before the Toffees' encounter against Brighton and Hove Albion in Monday’s Premier League game.
Gbamin had only just return to the Everton team after 20 months out when he suffered a new injury Jean-Philippe Gbamin has avoided the need for another bout of surgery but his knee injury will still keep him sidelined until the summer.Gbamin suffered medial ligament damage in a training ground accident with Lucas Digne and missed Everton's game with Brighton on Monday - a week after making his long awaited return to playing.