I am concerned your hamster has undergone a traumatic event. This may have led to the injured foot and neurological signs you are observing. Congenital problems, infection, or metabolic issues are possible. It would be best to have your hamster examined by a veterinarian. In the mean time monitor your hamster's appetite and water intake. If he gets stuck on his back place him back in an upright position.
Albino hamsters will develop problems no matter how well you try to take care of them, its normal with all albino animals. What you should do is take him to a vet, they shouldnt charge much, but it will be worth it, you don't want your hamster in pain. If there is another hamster in the cage with him, try keep them separate as more problems may occur with the albino.
Your hamster is dying like mine