Liverpool's Jota out for up to 2 months
Liverpool ahead Diogo Jota will hump over the Christmas fixtures after supervisor Juergen Klopp confirmed his knee injury became as soon as worse than first thought.
Jota became as soon as injured shut to the head of Liverpool's 1-1 Champions League plan with FC Midtjylland in midweek.
"Yeah, or no longer it's worse than we first thought and better than we then thought," Klopp talked about sooner than kick-off of their Premier League clash at Fulham on Sunday.
"Your whole doable surgeons had a glimpse on it, no surgical treatment wanted.
"But he shall be out for a whereas.
"We make no longer know exactly but one-and-a-half of, two months.
"It's somewhat similar with Kostas Tsimikas, by the formula. Incredible."
Klopp became as soon as dealt a additional injury blow throughout the Reds' 1-1 plan at Fulham with central defender Joel Matip withdrawn at halftime after struggling a support discipline.
Liverpool are already facing lengthy-term injuries to key centre-half of Virgil van Dijk and fellow defender Joe Gomez, both with knee disorders.
"Joel has a spasm in his support. We can explore," Klopp talked about.
"He'll get treatment and we can explore. I judge there shall be a possibility for Wednesday (towards Tottenham Hotspur)."
Jordan Henderson dropped support to central defence towards Fulham, alongside fellow midfielder Fabinho, with Liverpool light on alternate suggestions in that speak.
Klopp has been compelled to hand appearances to children Rhys Williams and Nathaniel Phillips in most up to the moment weeks.
"I am hoping Joel shall be elegant, but I make no longer know," Klopp talked about.
"We can must search out a resolution. That is how the football season is."