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Alexander Arnold's list of games he will miss due to injury revealed

The Reds' star defender will be ready for a very important clash

By Charles Cornwall

 Alexander Arnold very disappointed
Alexander Arnold very disappointed
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While Jurgen Klopp is relieved to know that, during the match against Brentford, his offensive sector will be able to count on the help of Mohamed Salah again, the German coach regrets to know that his defender Alexander Arnold will be out for some more games due to the aggravation of his injury, knowing with certainty how many games his player will not be able to be present.

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According to a publication made by Anything Liverpool's X account, it is believed that the Reds defender could take at least five games to be able to return to the matches, not being present for the clashes against Brentford, Luton, Chelsea, Southampton and Nottingham Forest, being obviously the Carabao Cup final the match that the player will miss the most.

Although Klopp can rest easy knowing that the position will be well covered by Conor Bradley, who was recently named as POTM for January, it is normal that the Reds coach has some concern about the level at which his player will return after his recovery, and after those five games in which he is expected to be back, the team will have the match that could define the Premier League title against Manchester City.

For that match, which will take place on March 10, Liverpool's coach wants to have at his disposal as many elements as possible to help him with the hard and important work they will have at home, and if Guardiola's team wins their pending match, they would be one point ahead of the Reds, meaning that whoever wins the match at Anfield, could have a great advantage over the other with only a few games left in the campaign.

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Alexander Arnold wants to be present for the clash against Man City

If he recovers for the match against Pep Guardiola's team, TAA will surely return to the starting lineup for that game, being the player who most expects this return so full of pressure for both clubs, and Alexander Arnold will surely want to repeat the celebration he had during his first game in November, where thanks to his goal they avoided a defeat at the Etihad Stadium.

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