Jack Wilshere has been ruled out of West Ham’s Premier League clash with Everton this weekend with an ankle problem.
The former Arsenal midfielder, who moved across London on a free transfer in the summer, picked up an injury in training during the international break and missed the last two days of training.
Wilshere has been placed on a specialist training regime since his move to West Ham in order to manage his long-standing fitness problems.
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The severity of the 26-year-old’s injury is not yet know and he will undergo tests in the coming days.
Striker Javier Hernandez is also unavailable having missed a week of training through illness and has stayed home and away from the group.
The Hammers are still without a point from four Premier League games and will face an Everton side on Sunday without star man Richarlison, who is serving the final game of a three-match ban.
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