Klopp describes Arthur in two words at Liverpool training right now.
The Juventus loanee has had a nightmare six months at Anfield, mostly owing to injuries.
Arthur has played just 13 minutes of senior football for Liverpool since coming on a season-long loan from Inter Milan at the end of the summer transfer window.
According to HITC Sport, Fabrizio Romano denied that the Reds may cancel his contract in January and send him back to Turin.
And Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has disclosed that he is looking ‘quite well’ in terms of running at Kirkby, and that he will be back to full training in a few weeks.
“I would say quite decent,” he told The Evening Standard before of the FA Cup visit to Brighton.
If everything goes well, I believe he will be able to join team training in two to three weeks.
But it’s been looking excellent for a while.
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He now has a protracted injury that requires a thorough buildup.
He was not a part of any team training or anything.”
This could be a boon for Liverpool because he could be ready for Real Madrid’s visit to Anfield next month in the Champions League.
What a story it would be if Arthur could overcome his injury issues and become a key player for Klopp in the second half of the season – and he could.
It goes without saying that the bar for Liverpool midfielders this season isn’t too high.
Would it come as a huge surprise if Arthur actually proved to be a valuable member of this team?
No, not exactly.