The 19-year-old has been included in the squad to face the USA later this month pending the outcome of scans on the knee injured in the defeat to Manchester City on Sunday.
Galloway suffered a suspected tendon injury and had to come off shortly before half time and Everton's medical team hope to know the full extent of any problem within the next day or so. The early indications are that he won't need surgery, however.
He will not be involved in tomorrow's Capital One Cup tie at Barnsley, however, with Roberto Martinez saying that while the player himself doesn't want to be ruled out, he is a "major doubt" for the game.
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1 Posted 25/08/2015 at 21:56:35
2 Posted 27/08/2015 at 11:08:47
It would be fantastic to keep all our youngsters together for a few years to see if they reach there massive potential. We could one day soon field a defence of Stones, Galloway, Garbut and Holgate – all English, all young and all potentially internationals.
3 Posted 27/08/2015 at 19:57:32
He's a central defender not a full back and I think it's where he will make a name for himself.
Time will tell of course, but he has a maturity and style about him that points towards him becoming a class player.
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