Liverpool have been handed a recent blow with the information that Luis Diaz will probably be out till December with a knee harm.
The Colombian left the Emirates on crutches following the Reds’ 3-2 defeat to Arsenal final week, with Jurgen Klopp instantly speculating that the harm may a severe one.
Happily, it seems to be much less severe than first feared and he won’t want surgical procedure, though his World Cup participation with Colombia can be now in severe doubt.
Diaz will miss Liverpool’s subsequent ten matches earlier than the World Cup break, beginning with their Champions League conflict with Rangers this week.
They are going to be hopeful, although, that he will probably be match once more when the Premier League season resumes on Boxing Day when the Reds journey to face Aston Villa.
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“Lucho we needed to change earlier than [half-time]. [It’s] one thing with the knee, not good,” Klopp mentioned after the defeat at Arsenal.
“He may have a scan after which we are going to know extra. I don’t know in regards to the extent after which on prime of that Trent [Alexander-Arnold] is unhealthy as effectively with the ankle.
“[He] twisted the ankle, not good. Trent by no means, in seven years, went off if he may have performed on. He was in an excessive amount of ache, it began swelling instantly, so we must see.”