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No more lies, here's the truth about Liverpool's injuries ahead of the Brentford

Chronic problem for Jürgen Klopp, who cannot recover his entire team

By Charles Cornwall

Good and bad news for Jürgen Klopp
Good and bad news for Jürgen Klopp
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Jürgen Klopp could only have his full team during the first three days of this season in the Premier League, since in the fourth game against Newcastle Virgil Van Dijk was suspended, to be the team's first loss this season, and then lost Trent Alexander Arnold who came off as a substitute in the 71st minute in the match against Aston Villa due to an injury, starting what has been Anfiled's greatest constant this season.

However, little by little, Klopp is beginning to have a complete team again to be able to face the end of this season, where Liverpool has become the team to beat, since it only has 2 defeats in the Premier League, and two more in Europa League, where Klopp has been able to explore the potential of some youth players from the academy.

For the next match against Brentford, Jürgen Klopp will be able to count on the return of Mohamed Salah who is undoubtedly a very sensitive absence, Alisson Becker who was out for a few days, this after they were seen training again on Thursday without any problem , which is excellent news for the German coach.

In addition to Pharaoh and Becker, these are the players who recovered for Saturday's game, where players like Ibrahima Konaté, Conor Bradley or Joe Gómez would already be available in addition to Andy Robertson, who is ready to return to the starting lineup. So Klopp could already count on very important players.

The players who have not yet been able to recover and keep Liverpool very limited

Despite the excellent news about the return of these players, Klopp still cannot count on Trent Alexander Arnold, Thiago Alcántara, Dominik Szoboszlai, Ben Doak or Stefan Bajčetić. Therefore, Klopp will have to continue employing the youth players to be able to cover the team's needs.

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