Good news for Liverpool Football Club ahead of upcoming matches.
By FootballNewsnow | self meida writer
Published 6 days ago - 2869 views
Liverpool Football Club have not been very fortunate when it comes to Injury this season with the likes of Virgil Van Dijk, Joe Gomez, Joel Matip and Jordan Henderson now out Injured.
But there is a good news for Liverpool Football Club ahead of upcoming matches which include the the clash at Bramall lane against Sheffield United.
Fabinho has stepped up his recovery process and could be available for the match against Sheffield United after a short spell on the sidelines since picking up an Injury against Manchester City.
This is a good news for Liverpool football club as they could welcome back the experienced defender back for upcoming matches and that will be a great one in a time like this where most of the first-team defenders are out Injured.
Fabinho is not the only Liverpool Player who is on the verge of returning as Diogo Jota is also set to be back for the reds soon in their upcoming matches according to reports from media houses in England.
This will be a massive boost for Jorgen Klopp as he will be hoping to lead Liverpool Football Club back to winning ways after some series of poor performances and bad results.
Meanwhile, who do you think can turn things around at Liverpool if he is signed? Koulibaly or Mbappe? Share your thoughts with us.
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