LIVERPOOL -- Everton midfielder Bryan Oviedo will miss the rest of the Premier League season -- and Costa Rica's Gold Cup campaign -- with a broken bone in his right foot.
Oviedo fractured the fifth metatarsal in his foot during a training session, manager Roberto Martinez said.
The 25-year-old had only just returned to training after more than two months out with a hamstring injury.
He had been scheduled to feature as an overage player in Everton's under-21 Premier League match against Liverpool...
Bryan Oviedo is set to make his return from injury at the beginning of May, Everton manager Roberto Martinez says.
The left-sided Costa Rica international, who plays either at full-back or on the wing, has been out of action for almost eight weeks because of a hamstring problem.
Oviedo suffered the injury during Everton's 4-1 Europa League round of 32 first-leg win over Young Boys in Switzerland on Feb. 19.
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