Klopp’s right-hand man receives Naby Keta fortunately not seriously injured. Jurgen Klopp’s assistant manager Pep Lijnders has revealed that midfielder Naby Keta is in good shape that he is lucky to escape a serious injury.
Liverpool are preparing for Wednesday’s Carabao Cup fourth-round clash with Championship side Preston North End, with Klopp’s right-hand man Linders at a press conference. To be ready before the game Lijnders has spoken of an injury to Keta.
Who was heavily tackled by Paul Pogba in Liverpool’s 5-0 thrashing of Manchester United on Sunday. The France midfielder was sent off directly after a review by VAR.
“I think we should talk about VAR. because in my opinion It’s a big advantage to protect players. looking back after the incident.” “We always talk. And sometimes we complain about referees or VAR performance. But this is the reason why that is needed to protect our players.” “That’s what I like. It was a bad extraction. But fortunately, Naby’s feet did not settle on the ground. It’s just a bruise. It could have been worse if his feet were on the ground.” “We will assess the symptoms day by day. But the bruises are definitely painful,” Linders said.