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As Liverpool receives “really good news,” Jürgen Klopp confirms Mohamed Salah chats and an improvement in Liverpool injury list



News Digest A significant injury benefit for Liverpool has been reaffirmed by manager Jürgen Klopp, who also plans to speak with Mohamed Salah over his missed penalty.


In the match against Arsenal, Thiago Alcântara returned from injury, coming off the bench in the second half to play his first minutes for Liverpool in two months.

And Luis Dáz’s anticipated return after a far longer absence this week against Leeds United, when the Colombian should be back in the matchday squad, will provide Jürgen Klopp additional boost this week.


After the Arsenal game, Klopp stated that Luis would be back in full, regular team training and available for the game [against Leeds]. These developments are thus extremely positive.


Daz has been in training for more than a week, but Liverpool has taken its time reintegrating the 26-year-old player who has been sidelined since mid-October after suffering an initial injury in the rematch with Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium.

Mohamed Salah, a striker for Liverpool, played well against Arsenal overall, but he won’t want to see his penalty kick retaken after missing to the left of the left-hand post.


Recently, Salah also missed a penalty against Bournemouth, and Klopp has said he will speak with the Liverpool player about it before the Reds are given another opportunity to convert.

Klopp, who had turned away from the goal, said, “I didn’t see the penalty till after the game. When you don’t see the penalty, you respond to what other people in the audience are seeing.

“Obviously, a few people believed the ball was in, but it wasn’t. He failed to score. So that’s why I briefly made a fist before realizing Mo wasn’t rejoicing. Then I understood that the ball wasn’t in.

When asked if he would talk to Salah about Liverpool winning the following penalty, the German responded, “That’s something we will talk about, but not here.”


Liverpool Brazilian star Roberto Firmino breaks silence on Liverpool decision as Jürgen Klopp’s successor becoming clear

Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp will be without Roberto Firmino from the end of this season, now that the Brazilian has admitted his decision to leave Anfield.

Liverpool forward Roberto Firmino has broken his silence on his decision to leave Anfield at the end of the season as his contract expires after his agent confirmed the move just over a month ago.

Firmino has told Liverpool boss Jürgen Klopp that he was ready to move on and there is expected to be plenty of interest in his free-transfer signing from throughout the game, with clubs in Italy and Spain all taking a look. closer.

“I won’t say much or I’ll get emotional,” Firmino told ESPN Brasil after his crucial goal against Arsenal made the game 2-2 at the weekend.

“Because it’s a beautiful legacy with a beautiful history, in such a big club. I’m very happy and grateful to God for everything we’ve built here.” But this is a new situation for me; I’ve never been there.

“I prayed a lot to God to keep me and help me in this process. I work hard, always ready to help the team and we are together until the end. I want to finish here with my teammate.”

It’s probably a good time for Firmino to continue despite his historic contribution and performance against Arsenal, as the striker is now 31 and entering the final stages of his career.

Liverpool has left too much to do in its midfield because of aging stars, and so moving some players on when they are over 30 is no bad thing as long as they are adequately replaced.

Firmino’s injury record over the past two seasons has been patchy and he has also been passed by others in the pecking order, meaning he will play more regularly by going elsewhere.

Perhaps the first sign Firmino was leaving came in January when Liverpool decided to sign Cody Gakpo from PSV in an initial $45m (£37m/€42m) deal. , although it was clear that having an extra midfielder was more of a priority.

Gakpo was used in the false nine position that Firmino made his own in his prime and in a move similar to Luis Díaz’s arrival at Liverpool six months before Sadio Man’s departure, it looked like some sort of foreshadowing.

Next season, Liverpool are hoping to make more use of Díaz as the Colombian has missed a significant part of this season through injury.

And Gakpo has handled the role very well for Liverpool so far, with him, Mohamed Salah, Darwin Núñez and Diogo Jota hoping they can continue.


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