Everton defender Yerry Mina will be out for around eight weeks or two months with a recent ankle injury.
The BBC are reporting that Everton are facing bad news for Colombian centre-back Mina. Suffering from ankle injuries And it will take up to 8 weeks to rest. Mina was substituted in the second half of Everton’s 1-0 home defeat to Chelsea on August 6. This was the first ufabet game in the Premier League for the 2022-23 season, after which the 27-year-old defender missed out on Saturday’s 2-1 defeat to Aston Villa.
This is very bad news for manager Frank Lampard, with centre-back Ben Godfrey in the same game suffering a broken leg, and will be out for around three months. However, this season Lampard has added two centre-backs, James Tarkowski and Conor Cody, so there are enough options available. Because there are also old faces like Michael Keane and Mason Holgate.
He made only 13 league appearances last season in a campaign disrupted by injuries.
Manager Frank Lampard said Everton had enough cover at centre-back despite Godfrey being out for three months.
Lampard signed Conor Coady on loan from Wolves and former Burnley defender James Tarkowski on a free transfer in the summer.
He also has centre-backs Mason Holgate and Michael Keane in his squad.