Everton says Gbamin, who is recovering from a serious Achilles injury, will return to the game sometime between November and December.
The final stage of Jean-Philippe Gbamin’s rehabilitation took place in a suburb of Paris.
Gbamin has suffered terrible misfortune with injuries since his signing for Everton in summer 2019.
According to the ECHO, after his Achilles injury in May and before his re-start in the Premier League, a return to France to carry out the first phase of his rehabilitation after an operation was discussed.
However, until Gbamin is fit enough to return to his teammates, he will continue his comeback in France in collaboration with a coaching and fitness company called Odysium.
Blues boss Carlo Ancelotti hopes that the 25-year-old will soon be fit enough to return to training at Finch Farm – the latest update said that a time between late October and early November has been targeted.
A thigh injury required two operations and just as Gbamin was about to resume training, he suffered from the Achilles problem during the restart, which has since pushed him to the brink.
And since the beginning of the month, Gbamin has been working with Odysium to restore his fitness so he can train with Everton again, and has been seen in his Instagram history doing fitness exercises and ball work.
The 25 million pound Mainz native has only played 135 minutes for Everton since joining in the summer of 2019.