Key Liverpool Players Set To miss Their Next Game.
By 9japop | self meida writer
Published 7 days ago - 4738 views
Liverpool will play their next premier league game without four of their best players due to injury problem.
According to reports from Sky Sports explain that the reds lost to Real Madrid yesterday night in the uefa champions league quarter finals first leg at Santiago benebeau in Madrid.
Liverpool will continue to fight for a place in the premier league top four without Virgil van diljk due to a long-term knee injury ligament.
The Netherlands man have missed the so many matches including the just concluded international break and the champions league knockout stages. He have not played any game since the beginning of the new year.
The reds will also be without the service of Jordan Henderson due to a groin and pelvic injury problem. The young star has recently undergoing a groin surgery in order to help rectify the issues.
Devock origi is also out with a muscular injury problem which rule him out of Juergen klopp squad for now
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