🚨GOOD NEWS : Recent updates surrounding Everton’s key player, have generated significant excitement among the fanbase


Everton’s 2023-24 season was marred by injuries, with the final match against Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium being no exception. The Toffees lost 2-1, and several key players were absent, including Andre Gomes, Dele Alli, Jack Harrison, Nathan Patterson, and Vitalii Mykolenko.

The latter’s injury was particularly significant, as he is a crucial part of Sean Dyche’s team and had missed the last four games due to an ankle issue.

However, there was some positive news for Everton fans, as Mykolenko returned to action in Ukraine’s 3-1 friendly defeat to Poland on June 8.

The 25-year-old played 45 minutes before being substituted at halftime, likely to build his fitness ahead of Euro 2024. His return from injury is a welcome boost for Everton, as they prepare for the new season.

Mykolenko’s importance to the team cannot be overstated, and his injury had forced Dyche to rely on veteran Ashley Young in the left-back position.

While Young is a trusted player, there is a clear drop in quality compared to Mykolenko. Everton fans will be hoping that their first-choice full-back can return to the club at 100% fitness ahead of the 2024-25 campaign.

In other news, the club’s financial situation has taken a surprising turn, with a significant update on their £225 million debt leaving King shocked.

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