Jean-Philippe Gbamin is not going to want surgical treatment at the knee damage that has dominated him out for the remainder of the season, Everton have introduced.
It emerged on Monday, forward of the Toffees’ 0-Zero draw at Brighton, that Gbamin had suffered a contemporary setback within the type of a touch knee damage sustained all through coaching on the weekend.
And Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti therefore showed the Ivory Coast midfielder would no longer play once more this time period.
In a remark launched on Wednesday, the membership mentioned Gbamin had gone through a scan in London the day before today, that it was once a “medial collateral ligament knee touch damage”, and that an operation was once no longer wanted.
The 25-year-old’s newest damage comes after he had best simply made a go back to motion, within the 1-1 draw with Crystal Palace on April 5.
It was once his first look since August 2019, the month he joined the membership from Mainz.
Gbamin performed two times for his new membership earlier than being sidelined via a quadriceps drawback after which an Achilles damage.