Jurgen Klopp receives a significant injury boost, and a “world-class” player is praised

When Liverpool plays Leicester in the third round of the Carabao Cup, they will be attempting to maintain their undefeated start to the season. Reds manager Jurgen Klopp has got a significant injury boost ahead of the game.

In a Carabao Cup match this evening at Anfield, Liverpool will welcome Leicester City with Jurgen Klopp’s team hoping to keep their perfect record going.


Liverpool is now second in the Premier League after beating Bournemouth, Newcastle, Aston Villa, Wolves, and West Ham after drawing with Chelsea to start the current season at 1-1. Last week, they defeated Austrian team LASK 3-1 to begin their Europa League campaign.


Pepijn Lijnders, Klopp’s assistant, addressed the media prior to their Carabao Cup match against Leicester and provided an update on Trent Alexander-Arnold’s health. He also had nothing but respect for Caoimhin Kelleher, the backup goalkeeper who will likely start tonight.


However, Liverpool may have suffered a setback as a manager who was expected to succeed Klopp one day is apparently leaving for another significant position. Here, Mirror Football compiles the most recent Liverpool-related news.


Injury to Alexander-Arnold improves

Alexander-Arnold is nearing a comeback after missing three games due to a hamstring injury he sustained in Liverpool’s 3-0 victory over Aston Villa at the beginning of the month.



“Trent trained with us yesterday, but it was just in the rondo and the ball possession with the counter-pressing, and he was outstanding,” Lijnders said to the press. Of course, you immediately recognize him.


He is in training with the team; whether or not he will be prepared will be determined today. But if we’re going to talk about Trent, we have to give Joe Gomez credit for the fantastic job he did portraying Trent in his own unique way while yet being able to fit inside.


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