Published: Fri, April 14, 2017
Sport | By Desiree Waters

Seamus Coleman due back at Everton in 10 days to begin rehab

Seamus Coleman due back at Everton in 10 days to begin rehab

The Everton boss made a trip across the Irish sea today to visit his star defender three weeks after Coleman suffered a season-ending leg break while on global duty.

Republic of Ireland full-back Coleman sustained the season-ending injury during a challenge with Wales' Neil Taylor on March 24.

Seamus Coleman is in good spirits as he continues his recovery from a double leg break, according to Everton manager Ronald Koeman.

Now, it's thought Martina is back on Koeman's radar after Everton's Seamus Coleman, one of the league's best right-backs, suffered a broken leg at the hands of Wales' Neil Taylor while on global duty for the Republic of Ireland.

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Koeman, along with members of his training team and Everton captain Phil Jagielka, seen Coleman in his home country on April 11 and, despite facing as much as annually on the sidelines, the Dutchman says the defenseman is positive.

With a protective boot on his right leg, Coleman understandably remains on crutches as he hopes to return to club and global football as soon as possible.

EVERTON are reportedly weighing up a summer move for Southampton ace Cuco Martina as they look to fill the gap left by Seamus Coleman's horror injury.

Koeman tweeted the above picture from his official account, and said: "Today we visit Seamus Coleman and his Family! He is really grateful for all of the messages he has received from Everton fans and from people all over the world". "He knows we are all here to help him along the way".

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