Idrissa Gana Gueye, a midfielder for Everton, will join the Senegal team despite suffering an injury before Saturday’s match against Bournemouth.

Gueye’s injury during the warm-up, however, compelled the Everton manager to make a last-minute change to his lineup, with Onana receiving the start in Gueye’s place.

Gana will indeed be available for Senegal and Cameroon’s friendly match next week, according to journalist Papa Mahmoud Gueye, despite missing Saturday’s 3-0 victory against the Cherries.

The journalist stated on Twitter that Gana Gueye, who suffered an injury during Saturday’s warm-up against Everton, will also be there.

He only experienced a minor heel ache and will continue to work.

Idrissa Gana Gueye ought to remain at Everton during his recovery

Although it is encouraging to learn that Gueye’s injury does not appear to be serious, the midfielder should undoubtedly stay at Finch Farm during the international break for recovery, especially since his team is only playing friendlies.

The last thing Sean Dyche needs is to unnecessarily lose such a crucial player just weeks before the Merseyside derby, especially with significant players like Jack Harrison, Dwight McNeil, and Dominic Calvert-Lewin all having recently returned from injuries.

The Everton manager also lauded £15 million midfielder James Garner for his role in the team’s 3-0 triumph and expressed his satisfaction with Onana’s response to his last-minute insertion on Saturday.

When asked about Onana’s remark, Dyche told the Liverpool Echo, “Well, that’s the job. A football player’s job is to do that.

They are aware of the desire and are aware that there are a number of players present who are demanding to be given the opportunity to wear the jersey. He was good, in my opinion, today.

He and Jimmy (Garner) were excellent, the Everton boss continued. They are both young guys that are developing, but they have been performing well anyway. They will be pushed to learn because we want them to.


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