The head coach of the club, Jorgen Klopp have said that the Portuguese international have a little chance of featuring for the reds again this season after it has been ascertained that the Injury is not as serious as previously feared.
This is a boost for Liverpool Football Club as the swelling in Jota's leg has gone down and the latest scan done on the player have shown a more positive result than the previous one.
After the world-class striker picked up an Injury in Manchester United, it looked like his season was over, but the latest reports is indeed a positive one and he could still feature this season.
Speaking about the possibility of Diogo Jota featuring against Crystal Palace, Jorgen Klopp have said that he has a tiny chance of featuring and this is better than the previous updates that looked like he will be sidelined for a long time.
Meanwhile, as Liverpool Football Club will be hoping to have Diogo Jota available for their last game, Please join me in wishing him speedy recovery, thanks.
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