Liverpool football club have played at least four matches without the services of their star Player, Diogo Jota.
The 24-year-old was ruled out for Six to Eight weeks after suffering a knee ligament damage in their champions league game against Midtjylland Football Club.
But according to reports from 'The Athletic', the young star is progressing well with his recovery and could return earlier than expected.
This is a great news for Liverpool Football Club ahead of their upcoming matches as the talented player could be part of the later of those matches depending on when he returns.
The Athletic's James Pearce, reported this as he has reportedly assessed the injury situation of Liverpool on the arrival of a new head of recovery and performance, Andreas from Shalke.
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