Things are looking better and better for Seamus Coleman…
On Monday, former Manchester United and Southampton physiotherapist Matt Radcliffe stated that despite suffering a horror leg break vs Wales last month, Seamus Coleman could well return to action before the year is out.
Explaining the precise nature of the Irish international’s injury, Radcliffe stated that given the clean nature of the break, there was no reason why Coleman could not be back in training as early as November,
“There is no reason why Coleman should not be back in training in November and playing again a few weeks later.
“The big concern with an injury like this is nerve damage, but if it was a clean break and there are no infections or complications from the operation, I would expect Coleman to be back in training later this year and he could play again in 2017.”
Now, further positive news has broken after Everton boss Ronald Koeman sent out a heartwarming image with Coleman smiling in the Irish countryside, stating that the right back was looking both strong and positive.
Check out Koeman’s hugely uplifting tweet below:
Today we visit Seamus Coleman and his Family! Looking strong and positive pic.twitter.com/T0bSx5yCoI
— Ronald Koeman (@RonaldKoeman) April 11, 2017