The Club's medical team has run tests on the forward, on loan to Everton, and he will be sidelined from six to eight weeks
Gerard Deulofeu, who is on loan to Everton FC this season, will go through the recovery phase of his hamstring injury in Barcelona, overseen by the English club’s medical team.
Deulofeu underwent tests yesterday afternoon under supervision of FC Barcelona’s medical team, which confirmed the hamstring injury in his right leg. He will be sidelined between six to eight weeks. He will undergo his recovery phase in Barcelona, in co-ordination with the Everton medical services.
Having come through the ranks of the Barcelona youth system, Deulofeu went on loan to Everton FC, managed by Roberto Martínez, last Summer, after scoring 18 goals for the Barça reserve team in the Second Division in the 2012/13 season.
In his time at Everton, Deulofue has played in 14 matches, 4 of those in the starting eleven, between Premier League and League Cup. In total he has scored 3 goals for Robert Martínez’s team. His injury in the match against Fulham came at a time when he was beginning to have more impact on the team’s performances.