Lampard confirms “Mina” injured ankle for 8 weeks

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Reports from England indicate that Frank Lampard, the Everton manager. Confirmed that defender Yerry Mina will be out of treatment for about 8 weeks

. “Toffee blue” lost the first two games in the Premier League this season. But what’s even more worrying is that they have lost two of their defense since the opening game of the season at home to Chelsea,

Ben Godfrey suffered a fractured fibula and Lampard was previously out. Said the 24-year-old team may be out for about three months.

Everton head coach Frank Lampard has, on Sunday, provided an update on the wellbeing of sidelined defender Yerry Mina.

And the news will no doubt be met with widespread disappointment on the part of all associated with the club.

For those not aware, Mina picked up a fresh injury last weekend.

En route to an eventual 1-0 opening day Premier League defeat at the hands of Chelsea, the former Barcelona man was forced into a premature departure from proceedings

This came owing to an ankle issue.

Concern, as a result, quickly spread, amid speculation that Mina could be in line for a lengthy spell on the treatment table.

And now, as alluded to above, as much has been confirmed.

, Mina was injured in the game as well, and the latest news reporter Paul Joyce said that Lampard confirmed that the youngster. The 27-year-old has an ankle injury and will be out for around eight weeks

, a huge damage to Everton. However, they have previously loaned Wolverhampton Wanderers defender Conor Coady, as well as James Tarkowski from Burnley.