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Frank Lampard confirms ‘freak harm’ to Dominic Calvert-Lewin

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Everton supervisor Frank Lampard has confirmed that striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin will miss his aspect’s begin to the season after struggling what is known to be a knee harm.

With Richarlison leaving for Tottenham earlier this summer season, Calvert-Lewin is now certainly one of simply two senior strikers on the books at Goodison Park alongside Salomon Rondon.

The England worldwide managed simply 17 Premier League appearances final season as a toe harm and a handful of different health points tormented his marketing campaign, and now Lampard has confirmed that Calvert-Lewin is not going to be round when Everton get their season underway towards Chelsea.

“We’re assessing Dom’s harm,” Lampard mentioned. “No timeframe has been confirmed and we’re fairly certain what degree it’s so we’re hopeful it isn’t long-term.

“We’ll miss him for Chelsea. He was wanting in nice bodily situation and was coaching very well. It was a freak harm in coaching, which does occur.

“It’s a disgrace however now we have to seek out the options to maintain ourselves sturdy with out Dominic earlier than he returns.”

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In accordance with Paul Joyce, Calvert-Lewin is dealing with round 4 weeks on the sidelines, however The Telegraph have gone with a six-week estimate and different sources have steered the striker could possibly be lacking for the following three months.

Ought to Calvert-Lewin miss a good portion of the season, Everton might select to step up their pursuit of a brand new striker this summer season.

90min understands that Chelsea duo Michy Batshuayi and Armando Broja are on the Toffees’ radar.

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