Everton midfielder Andre Gomes may return this season following a profitable ankle operation following his horrible damage final weekend, coach Marco Silva stated on Thursday.
The Portuguese worldwide In a 1-1 draw at Goodison Park, he suffered a fractured right ankle fracture on Sunday after touchdown out of steadiness with pace after a bout by Tottenham Hotspur striker Son Heung-min.
The expectation had been that Gomes would play again next seasonhowever Silva was not so certain on Thursday.
"It’s not straightforward to set an actual date for his return, it’s doable we are going to see him play once more this season," Silva advised reporters forward of the Premier League journey to Southampton on Saturday.
"It appears to be like like a extremely severe damage, however the whole lot went very effectively and we hope to see him play once more this season, in fact we’re not certain."
Son was proven a crimson card which was later overturned by the FA, in flip, within the incident and was in tears within the locker room afterwards.
"I feel he acquired a textual content message from Son," Silva added. "After all it was the hardest second for Andre and the opposite gamers on the sphere, and it was very tough for the 2 gamers concerned."
Everton travels to Southampton to have a good time their first house win of the season, and Silva stated that Ralph Hasenhuettl's group will attempt to beat the document at St. Mary's after their 9-Zero win over Leicester Metropolis of their final house sport.
"The final house defeat for them was very tough, they are going to reply and present a response for his or her followers," Silva stated.
"We wish to do the identical to compete, however after what occurred to Andre, we confirmed a powerful character and we now have to do this once more within the subsequent sport."