The Kenya international suffered an injury against Ajax and he is uncertain of playing a part in Spurs’ final English topflight game of the season
Victor Wanyama suffered a thigh injury in the second leg semi-final of their Champions League game against Ajax Amsterdam on Wednesday.
The 27-year-old was replaced by Fernando Llorente at the start of the second half. The substitution helped Spurs turn the game around to win 3-2 at Johan Cruyff Arena. They reached the final of the competition on the away goals rule after the aggregate score was locked at 3-3.
Wanyama and three other players, may not be available for selection against the Toffees.
➡️ @daosanchez26 (thigh) – continuing rehab
➡️ @JanVertonghen (ankle) – continues assessment after injury v Ajax
➡️ Danny Rose (hamstring) – being assessed ahead of the weekend
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) May 10, 2019
Wanyama’s season has been plagued with injury, limiting his appearances for Mauricio Pochettino’s men to 21 games in all competitions.
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He will hope to play a part for Kenya in the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt, which kicks off on June 21.
The Harambee stars are in Group C along with Algeria, Senegal and Tanzania.