Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says new Luis Diaz injury is a ‘crash in the face’
Luis Diaz is supposed to be out for three additional months following a medical procedure
The Colombia international has been out since October with a knee issue however was pursuing a rebound.
Liverpool are presently in Dubai for a warm weather conditions instructional course in front of their re-visitation of cutthroat activity one week from now.
In any case, the 25-year-old experienced a new difficulty during an instructional meeting has detailed that he could now confront three months out following a medical procedure.
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“He was not in the most ideal spot,” Klopp said.
“It’s reasonable it’s a major disillusionment for us all, for him too.
“It was a non-circumstance in preparing, truly. Nothing [then he] felt something. [He] didn’t feel a great deal [the] following day yet we needed to be careful and said, ‘alright, come on, we should see’.
“Then the news came, and it was a legitimate crush in the face.”
Diaz flew back from Dubai toward the finish of last week and has since had a medical procedure on his sidelong insurance ligament, as per The Athletic.
He scored four goals in 12 games in all contests this season prior to being sidelined.
Liverpool return to serious activity against Manchester City next Thursday in the League Cup Round of 16, preceding the Premier League restarts with a Boxing Roadtrip to Aston Manor.
The Reds are as of now 6th in the standings after 14 games, 15 points afloat of pioneers Arsenal and five points outside the best four.
Klopp’s side lost a cordial to Lyon 3-1 on Sunday and face AC Milan on Friday before heading home.