The Liverpool boss broke the news about three key players ahead of a tour of Leeds United this weekend.
Jurgen Klopp has described Virgil Van Dyk’s “terrible moment” with the Netherlands during the international break, while giving an update on the fitness of Roberto Fermino and Harvey Elliott.
Van Dyk has made a direct return to the club’s plans at the start of the season as he has lost the majority of Liverpool’s 2020-21 campaign through injury, winning against Norwich and Burnley, as well as a 1-1 draw with Chelsea. Equality has begun.
There were fears he could miss the Reds’ next Premier League match against Leeds United on Sunday. After a nasty clash in the latest World Cup qualifier in the Netherlands., But the clip has now been confirmed by the bodyguard assuring him that he was not harmed in the long run.
What has been said?
Van Dyk addressed the issue after his country’s 6-1 victory over Turkey on Tuesday, telling reporters: “I’m fine, fortunately, I’m already on it. Maybe because I Too big, they think I’m acting, because when I go down, it goes very slowly. “
Klopp revealed details of his conversation with the 30-year-old in the wake of the incident when asked by Liverpool. Official website On the condition of its returning international stars.
“Tired. [Minamino] He has been here for some time, he is clearly injured with Japan. I sent him a message after the game, ‘Are you all right?’ ‘Yes.’ ‘100%?’ ‘200 percent.’ Come on, send me a video of you without limping … ” I’m just limping. ”
“So he called me from the bus and said, ‘Boss, I’m fine!’ I said, “Then why are you lame?” He said, “That’s what my wife asked!” So, yes, it was a bit of a difficult moment but other than that, no, all is well. [for the other international players]. “
What about Fermino and Elliott?
Klopp confirmed that Elliott set up an innings that led to his dismissal from the England U21 squad, but he could not give good news about Firmino, who raised the issue of hamstringing against Chelsea.
“It’s not Bobby. [fit], It happened in the game. [against Chelsea] obviously. Harvey is fine again, “he said.
Klopp added that James Milner has recovered from a thigh strain that kept him out of the Chelsea draw: If not, we’ll see what he can do today. But he will definitely get closer.