Ryan Gravenberch and Virgil van Dijk injury update ahead of Brentford

With Virgil van Dijk feeling under the weather and Ryan Gravenberch and Curtis Jones out against Toulouse, Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp has provided an update on the team’s injuries.


In preparation for their Europa League matchup with Toulouse in Ligue 1, Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp has given an update on a number of his players who have been left behind at home. The Reds would advance to the knockout stage with a victory.


What took place?


Curtis Jones, Ryan Gravenberch, and Virgil van Dijk were left behind in Liverpool when the Reds headed south. The Liverpool captain ought to return for the weekend, although Jones and Gravenberch might not


Although there hasn’t been any significant development about his father’s predicament, Klopp also mentioned Luis Díaz. He made the decision to go with his Liverpool teammates rather than stay at home.


Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium is the first game back at the end of the month for Liverpool, who play Toulouse tomorrow and Brentford this weekend in the Premier League before the international break.


What was said?


Virgil van Dijk was left at home since he is “a little bit ill.” Klopp stated, “He should be fine for the weekend.” The German continued, “Ryan [Gravenberch] had a little niggle in his knee.” He ‘certainly’ will be returning after the weekend, but he might return for the weekend.


“Curtis Jones had a hamstring injury,” stated Klopp. Not very large. He will return after the international break, but not before.”


On Díaz, Klopp stated, “No real news.” “He made the decision last week to come here instead of going to Colombia. He is safe and everything is alright when he is in training. He is here and available because he chose to travel with us.”


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