Former Barcelona player may have played his last match

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Andre signed a permanent five-year contract on 25 June, for a £22 million transfer fee for Everton. On 3 November 2019, Gomes sustained a serious ankle injury in a Premier League home game against Tottenham Hotspur. After a tackle by Son Heung-min and subsequent collision with Serge Aurier. Since returning from injury Former Barcelona player has struggled to find his form for Everton. Andre Gomes was at the height of his career in the summer of 2016. At the time, his stock was trending up and it looked like the sky was the limit for his potential as the next all-around top midfielder in Europe.

After rising up through the ranks with Benfica and a short promising two-year stint with Valencia. Gomes began to attract the interest of some of Europe’s top clubs. Following the successful 2016 Euro tournament where he recorded an assist and created eight goal-scoring chances. The interest from clubs increased and eventually chose to complete a transfer move to Barcelona for €35M+.

Everton may release Former Barcelona player this summer

Everton extended their unbeaten to four matches in the Premier League after securing a 1-1 draw away at relegation-threatened Luton Town at Kenilworth Road on Friday night. The Portuguese playmaker hasn’t started since the Forest victory but was brought on in the 54th minute of last night’s draw in the hope of changing the game in Everton’s favour. However he displayed a poor performance and could not help his team win.

In what has been another injury-hit campaign for Gomes, missing another 16 games this season, it is unlikely the club will be looking to extend his current contract at Goodison Park. His contract end this summer and it possible he will be released by the club. Ultimately, it’s an unfortunate end to his Toffees career, especially given his awful luck with injuries.

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