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Breaking news, this is Curtis Jones' injury and when he could return

Given this terrible news and despite having players out of action

By Charles Cornwall

Curtis Jones getting injured
Curtis Jones getting injured
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The announcement of the reincorporation of players Mohamed Salah, Andy Robertson, Wataru Endo gave Liverpool a lot of encouragement, however the injuries were present in the match against Brentford and did not wait, since during the first half of the match only The Reds had to make two changes due to the injuries of Diogo Jota and Curtis Jones.

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Although the blow due to which Diogo Jota had to leave was something that made everyone on Merseyside tremble due to the great level that the Portuguese was showing, however, the worst part went to Curtis Jones, and the midfielder seems to have had a problem with the left ankle, in what could be a sprain, since it was a sudden movement that could have serious consequences.

Although this would only be an assumption, since we would have to wait for scans to be carried out in order to correctly assess the severity of Curtis Jones' condition. So now we just have to wait for confirmation from the team's medical staff to know how long Jones will be out, who was going through a great time. If Curtis' injury is as bad as it can be seen in the replay where you can see the movement his ankle had. Jones could be out for 6 to 10 weeks if it is confirmed to be a high-grade sprain, and this could require surgery. So after the good news of recovering some players, Liverpool once again suffers from multiple injuries in a match.

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Given this terrible news and despite having players out of action such as Dominik Szoboszlai, Trent Alexander Arnold, Thaigo Alcántara or Stefan Bajčetić, the options for Jürgen Klopp are becoming less and less, however of very good quality, since after Jones' injury , Harvey Elliott and Ryan Gravenberch have proven to be at the level of anyone to be able to compete for a place as starters in Klopp's eleven.

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