Liverpool has already had to deal with a number of injuries, including Virgil van Dijk, Thiago Alcantara, and most recently Trent Alexander-Arnold.
Jurgen Klopp is just one of a number of Premier League coaches who have expressed dismay over the decision not to allow five substitutes per match in order to manage the fitness and well-being of players.
Here are the latest updates on LiverpoolA list of injuries, including full details about when to return to work.
Trent Alexander Arnold He was knocked out during a 1-1 draw with Manchester City in the second half due to a hamstring injury.
Liverpool The schedule for the England player’s return has not yet been confirmed, but Jurgen Klopp confirmed after the match that he would miss the national team’s triple header during the international break in mid-November.
He will be evaluated once the team returns before the match against Leicester City.
Fabinho became a victim of Liverpool’s mounting injury problems when he pulled out in the first half of their UEFA Champions League win over Midtgeland with a hamstring problem.
The scans have been conducted since then And it looks like Liverpool are about to miss the midfielder, who was performing well as an emergency center back for the Reds, until the international break.
Klopp confirmed that Fabinho should be fine to return after the international break.
Virgil Van Dyck
Liverpool will be without Virgil van Dijk for at least most of the season after suffering a serious injury in the AFC Champions League against Everton.
The heart of the inspiring Reds took on a horror challenge from Jordan Pickford and underwent a successful surgery in London this week.
Liverpool are reluctant to set a timeframe for that but the Reds defender may not play against this season.
Midfielder Thiago Alcantara was also injured in the derby after finding himself at the receiving end of a wild rush from Richarlison, which resulted in the Everton striker being sent off.
There were initial concerns that the summer signature injury was serious, but the test gave Reds positive news and the Spaniard was filmed training alone ahead of the Midgeland match.
However, doubts remain over his next scheduled debut as he missed matches against West Ham and Manchester City. He is another star that we hope to return after the international hiatus.
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Keita has missed an unspecified injury since the last international hiatus but returned to the next match day squad as a substitute during the UEFA Champions League match against Atalanta.
He was selected on the bench again against Manchester City but he did not appear and could be considered fit enough to start the next match with the Reds in the European competition.
Alex Oxlade Chamberlain
The 27-year-old participated in a challenge during training while in Austria when the accident occurred, and Jurgen Klopp explained that it appeared to be a similar injury to the one suffered by captain Jordan Henderson at the end of last season against Brighton.
He returned to Melwood to rehab with the club’s medical staff. The midfielder has had a bad fortune with injuries during his Liverpool career and fans are hoping they won’t keep him away any longer.
New signature Kostas Tsimikas was expected to return To training recently after a thigh problem.
But it seems that the Greek international is not back yet and the Reds are hoping to be ready soon.
The Greek left-back suffered a thigh injury after making his debut in the League Cup win over Lincoln.
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