DEVASTATING NEWS: ” I can’t win without him in the team he’s the main reason the team is always high performance, he brings stability and winning mentality to the team” Liverpool’s outstanding players is out with long term injuries adding him to the injury list. Liverpool are in real trouble without this player in the team. Key Liverpool star’s injury is “more tricky” than initially believed, according to Klopp, who says, “I’ve never had this injury.”

After the World Cup winner's injury against Sheffield United last week, Liverpool is predicted to be without Alexis Mac Allister for a longer period of time than they initially anticipated.


The midfielder was substituted just before the hour mark after he tangled with Sheffield’s Vini de Souza in the second half of the match. The 24-year-old Argentine star was not present for the Reds’ match against Crystal Palace on Saturday, and Klopp has now confirmed that he won’t be ready for Sunday’s match against Man United.

Speaking ahead of Liverpool’s Europa League match against Union Saint-Gilloise on Thursday, the manager of the club stated that he has never seen Mac Allister’s injury before and that it will take longer to heal than initially anticipated.

The Liverpool manager stated, via the Liverpool Echo, “I am obviously not a doctor, but they have explained to me every single day why he is not ready yet and it’s a bit more tricky than we thought in the first moment.”

The other boy then trod on his knee and the stud—the piece beneath the boot—going through the muscle almost all the way to the bone. Therefore, we must now wait for the bone to mend and for Macca to be able to handle the pain.

“It hurts a little bit, and Macca is a really strong guy, but the most important thing is to make sure there is no infection and nothing goes wrong. Thus, it was a truly…This is the first injury one of my players has ever sustained.

“However, now that we have it, I hope it won’t take too long to heal. I would like to emphasise that it is day by day. It appears like he might be ready for the upcoming game, but they say he won’t be ready for that either, so I’m hoping he makes significant progress over the next three to four days and we’ll see.”

Given that Mac Allister has been a constant in Klopp’s starting lineup, this will be a setback for him ahead of a crucial match this coming weekend. From the defensive midfield position, the Argentina star has participated in 18 games this season and contributed one goal and two assists.

Ryan Gravenberch will probably replace him on Saturday, given Wataru Endo’s performance against Crystal Palace. However, considering how Manchester United is currently playing, the German coach won’t be overly concerned about Man United.

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