Amid the Reds’ lengthy injury list, Klopp told the Daily Mirror that two players, right-back Arnold and midfielder Nabi Keita, are expected to return for Sunday’s premiership clash with Wolves.
Liverpool has suffered from injury from the start of the season and the injury list has grown as the schedule has progressed, with van Dijk and Joe Gomez two central defenders set to be sidelined for the long term. With as many as nine first-team players sidelined by injury in Tuesday’s hard-fought 1-0 Win over Ajax in the Champions League, Liverpool’s current line-up has had to be put together in order to clinch a crucial European victory thanks to Curtis Jones’ goal.
Liverpool faces a tough clash with Wolves in the Premier League this weekend and Klopp says both Arnold and Keita are close to returning from injury. He said: “Both of them are close to recovery and Keita needs to be checked. Arnold seems to be doing well, but the medical staff has not given him permission to train with us. He has been working on his own and from what I’ve seen today it doesn’t look like he will be back for long.” Klopp expects his players to train at least twice before returning to action, meaning Friday’s session will be the key to deciding whether Keita and Arnold will be fit to face Wolves. The reds on a 1-1 draw at Brighton, currently ranked second in the league table, while Arnold and Keita are likely to return, but he is still facing the short rear admiral’s troubles, there are still seven-line determine unable to attend the game players, they respectively are Niek van Dijk, Gomez, Milner, Allison, Dempsey, chamberlain, and Tiago.
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