DEVASTATING NEWS: coming live from Liverpool, Liverpool has suffered another injury setback as left-back Kostas Tsimikas had to be substituted in the Premier League clash with Arsenal at Anfield and the player could be out for months. With how serious the injury is it will leave Jurgen Klopp and Liverpool without a senior fit and available left-back. grave injuries following a violent altercation between a Liverpool player and Jurgen Klopp.

In their Premier League match against Arsenal at Anfield, Liverpool's left-back Kostas Tsimikas was forced to be substituted due to yet another injury setback.


After a thrilling first half in the top-of-the-table match, Tsimikas collided with his own manager, Jurgen Klopp, resulting in the injury. The incident transpired subsequent to a challenge by Arsenal winger Bukayo Saka on the touchline. It seemed as though Klopp had no trouble standing back up, but Tsimikas was obviously in pain and had to be replaced by Joe Gomez.

Should Kostas Tsimikas’ injury prove to be severe, Jurgen Klopp and Liverpool will be left without a senior left-back who is available. Andy Robertson, the first-choice in that role, is still healing from a dislocated shoulder he sustained in an October Scotland match. Prior to the match against Arsenal, Klopp expressed optimism that Robertson would be back next month, but Tsimikas’ injury puts more strain on Liverpool’s defensive options.

In a previous press conference, Klopp mentioned Robertson’s injury and said, “He can do all the physical work already, which annoys him quite a lot because he’s not allowed to do ball training.” Perhaps a little bit, but not properly. But in terms of time, I believe he will return soon after he is physically prepared to leave and given permission to move shoulder-wise. We’re all hoping for January, but I’m not sure.


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