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Liverpool study extent of Andy Robertson ankle harm


Andy Robertson is known to have prevented a major ankle harm and isn’t anticipated to spend lengthy on the sidelines whereas he recovers.

The Liverpool left-back, who suffered a nasty harm whereas away with Scotland throughout October that saved him sidelined for over three months, limped off whereas representing his nation as soon as once more on Tuesday, resting his head in his arms after choosing up an ankle harm.

Scans had been rapidly ordered to find out the severity of Robertson’s harm and, in accordance with The Athletic, the outcomes present no indicators of any actual harm.

With no bone or ligament harm detected, Robertson is now dealing with a matter of days on the sidelines, moderately than weeks.

It appears unlikely that Robertson will probably be match to face Brighton & Hove Albion on March 31 however there’s now confidence that the left-back will probably be out there for the go to of Sheffield United on April 4.

Andrew Robertson, Steve Clarke

Robertson has prevented any actual harm / Stu Forster/GettyImages

In Robertson’s absence, supervisor Jurgen Klopp might flip to pure deputy Kostas Tsimikas, or he might decide to proceed rewarding the versatile Joe Gomez with a begin out on the left.

On the alternative facet of defence, right-back Trent Alexander-Arnold has been stepping up his restoration from a knee harm however will not be anticipated again in workforce coaching for over every week, with a return in opposition to Atalanta on April 11 seen as a potential return date.

Klopp revealed earlier this week that goalkeeper Alisson is round three weeks away from a return to motion, with Portuguese ahead Diogo Jota additionally working to the same timeline.

Midfielder Curtis Jones is believed to be match and out there for the sport in opposition to Brighton.