Everton have suffered an injury blow ahead of their clash with West Ham United on Saturday.
Yerry Mina went off injured in Colombia’s 2-1 defeat to South Korea this morning.
The 24-year-old is early doubt for the Toffees’ trip to the London Stadium due to a hamstring problem, according to Ben Dinnery.
Mina early doubt with hamstring injury vs West Ham
Mina was forced off injured in the 42nd-minute during today’s friendly in Seoul.
The Colombian defender attempted to make a clearance inside his own area but ended up injuring himself.
He sliced the clearance and looks to have overstretched his hamstring which led to him being forced off the pitch.
His time at Goodison Park this season has been hampered by injury with the defender making just 12 Premier League appearances.
Having impressed against Chelsea in Everton’s 2-0 win over the Blues, Mina is now a doubt to start again on the weekend.
Lucas Digne injury update before West Ham
Lucas Digne returned to Finch Farm on Monday after picking up an injury with the French national team.
He suffered a thigh during a training session ahead of their Euro 2020 qualifier with Moldova.
According to the Liverpool Echo, the 25-year-old is also a doubt for the clash against West Ham.
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