Liverpool latest injury news; Rhys Williams injured, Salah tests positive again
The Reds have been dealt another blow, as they have one more defender doubtful for their match against Leicester on the weekend. Alley Sport brings you the Liverpool latest injury news.
Earlier in October, Liverpool were informed that they would have to face the entire 2020/21 season without star defender Virgil van Dijk. After that, Liverpool players, especially defenders, started getting injured like dominoes.
Joe Gomez picked up a serious knee injury last week on international duty with the English national team which may see the young English defender miss majority of the season ahead. Andy Robertson picked up a knock for Scotland, while Trent Alexander-Arnold was already ruled out for the month after picking up a calf injury against Manchester City in the last match before the international break.
Liverpool latest injury news: Rhys Williams picks up a knock
Liverpool’s reserve defender Rhys Williams has been called back to the club from England’s U-21 squad with a hip injury. Liverpool are now running out of options at centre-back and may have to field Joel Matip and Nat Phillips against the league leaders.
Naby Keita was also on the sidelines after a bout with coronavirus, and so was Liverpool’s new superstar signing Thiago Alcantara. Both will be expected to feature in the squad this weekend. Defensive midfielder Fabinho Tavares is a doubt but is likely to play against the Foxes.
Star striker Mohamed Salah has returned another coronavirus test on international duty and will not be allowed to return to the Liverpool squad, and will be completing his quarantine abroad in Egypt.
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