Everton winger Yannick Bolasie finds brilliant way to pass time while injured - perfecting his career in GRIME music

Yannick Bolasie's football career took a very unfortunate turn when he picked up an injury against Manchester United last month.

The Everton winger suffered serious knee ligament damage and boss Ronaldo Koeman expects him to be out for a staggering 11-12 months.

It's enough to get anyone down - especially the Frenchman - but remarkable he appears to be staying very positive.

And how is he managing this, you ask? Well, by doing what he loves to do aside from playing football - perfect his career in Grime.

Yannick Bolasie

Yannick Bolasie spitting bars (Photo: Instagram/krucial_k1ddI)

Now some of you will know that the 27-year-old loves a bit of rap music.

He previously featured on Lord of the Mics 6 where he verbally battled Bradley Wright-Phillips - and took him down by all accounts.

In the above video he isn't quite freestyling, nor is he looking to destroy anyone with his words.

But he has a great time pulling a very serious face while staring into the camera and rapping to a Krucial Kidd track.

Romelu Lukaku celebrates scoring with Yannick Bolasie

Everton signed Bolasie from Crystal Palace for £29million (Photo: Action Images via Reuters)

Ronald Koeman expects the Frenchman to be out for 11-12 months (Photo: Getty Images Europe)

Bolasie signed for the Toffees for £29million in the summer after impressing with Crystal Palace.

Koeman is looking into the possibility of bringing in Memphis Depay on loan as cover for the injured Frenchman.

But Manchester United are believed to be unwilling to let the winger go on a temporary basis, favouring a permanent deal instead.

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