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Liverpool: Jurgen Klopp dealt injury blow for Norwich City clash

Liverpool: Jurgen Klopp dealt injury blow for Norwich City clash -Liverpool News

Sharing the latest team news, Liverpool have now confirmed the latest ahead of tonight’s FA Cup clash with Norwich City in what is a blow for Jurgen Klopp.

The Lowdown: Injuries piling?

In recent weeks, Klopp has had to do without star names Diogo Jota and Roberto Firmino with both men picking up problems after Liverpool’s 2-0 win away to Inter Milan in the Champions League.

As the Reds clinch their ninth Carabao Cup, midfield star Thiago Alcantara was forced to miss the blockbuster encounter after picking up a hamstring injury in the pre-Chelsea warm up.

The Latest: Reds drop update…

In an update, it appears Klopp will ‘definitely’ be without the Spaniard tonight.

Indeed, as relayed by Liverpool’s official site, the Reds are certain to miss Thiago at Anfield but Klopp insists there will also be changes made anyway.

“We will play a side we have faced already and had some problems. We have to make changes because we played 120 minutes, so we will see who will do that better,” he explained.

The Verdict: Big blow…

The 30-year-old has been brilliant alongside Fabinho in midfield when available, with Liverpool still yet to lose a single game when they’re paired together in the starting XI.

Ahead of the Reds’ crunch FA Cup clash, news of his absence will be unwelcome going by his quality and it remains to be seen who can fill the void left by his presence.

Pundit Danny Mills, speaking to Football Insider, has described the ex-Bayern Munich star as now a ‘huge part of Liverpool’ and it’s safe to say he will be missed against the Canaries.

In other news: FSG readying to sign ‘top level’ £66.6m man as opportunity opens for him to join Liverpool, find out more here.


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