Liverpool dealt with another blow – Curtis Jones suffers an injury

Liverpool dealt with another blow – Curtis Jones suffers an injury

In what could be a ‘serious blow’ to Liverpool’s hope for a title this year, is Jones’ recent Injury. Liverpool has not had the best time in the past few weeks in matters related to injuries.

With Liverpool having a series of ‘vital and crucial’ games ahead, it surely would be a headache for Liverpool staff to get him fit my the next match.

Curtis Jones is out with an Ankle Injury

Liverpool No. 17 Curtis Jones suffered an injury in the last match played, against Watford. The midfielder had ‘twisted’ his ankle during the match and had to be substituted by Jurgen Klopp.

Manager Jurgen Klopp stated he ‘does not know’ about how severe the injury is at the moment. Considering the upcoming matches he would want his ‘exceptional’ player to be ‘available as soon as possible.

Curtis Jones has been an important part of The Reds’ campaign this season. Having played 13 matches in the current season the 21-year-old definitely is in the Coach’s plans going ahead as well.

He has a goal involvement rate of 11% this season in the Premier League, according to Transfer Markt.

Liverpool – Squad Depth

The German coach’s side started their ‘decisive’ April month with a victory against old foes Watford. To continue the winning form he will want the players to be at ‘their best’.

With star player, Trent Alexander Arnold set to return to the Matchday squad soon, Klopp would look to assemble all of his squad ‘fit’ before the Champions League and Manchester City double clash.

Considering the depth of their opposition, Manchester City in the ‘probable’ title-deciding game, Klopp would also want his bench at full strength.

The fitness level of the squad

Liverpool players do not only have to be physically fit but be fit mentally as well, considering the ‘tricky’ road ahead.

They say that ‘Tough times, make people Tougher’, similar could be said for the Liverpool Squad and management at the moment. In dreams of achieving a ‘historic quadruple’ Liverpool team will have to give more than their best on the field.

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