Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is hopeful that Fabio Carvalho’s knee injury in the Merseyside derby clash with Everton is not serious.
Carvalho clashed knees with Everton midfielder Amadou Ona in the first half of the 0-0 draw at Goodison Park, and was substituted at the break after struggling to get a run.
There was obvious concern on the Liverpool bench given the extent of their current midfield injury crisis, but Klopp moved after the game to allay concerns that Carvalho’s injury was serious.
The German told reporters: “It’s not bad, I think it’s very painful, it’s a dead leg on the muscle above the knee and he can’t bend the knee anymore. When these muscles swell, something There is no room left for .And
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“We just have to see how quickly it gets resolved. You could see he tried, but you could see he couldn’t play well. We just waited until halftime and then Bobby. Changed together.
There is little turnaround time before Liverpool’s next game, with Klopp’s side opening their Champions League campaign against Napoli on Wednesday. Three days later they are back in Premier League action when Bruno Leigh’s Wolves travel to Anfield.
Thiago Alcantara, Jordan Henderson, Naby Keita and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain are all currently out with injury, so there is immediate concern over Carvalho, an unfamiliar midfield so far this season to adjust to Liverpool’s personnel problems. Have played the role.