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A Liverpool star was involved in an accident that almost cost him his left leg! Is this the end of his professional life?

Thiago Alcantara and Stefan Bajcetic, both of whom have recently experienced setbacks in their attempts to return to play after injuries, have received an update on their health from Jurgen Klopp.

by Dandozzy

After having hip surgery in May, Thiago has encountered two obstacles in his quest to return full training. Similar to Stefan Bajcetic, who overcame an adductor injury to play for Liverpool, another injury setback has been experienced.

Despite his unhappiness with the circumstance, Klopp emphasized his continued optimism that both players would be back in the lineup following the international break. Thiago, who has been avidly striving toward a return to the pitch, has been frustrated by the setbacks.

And as annoying for Stefan Bajcetic as it is. Was there, played for a while, and then experienced something different. Sometimes that is how it is after long-term injuries.


I won’t put any pressure on [when they can return] because I don’t know. We’ll have to wait and see if they return after the international break. We hope it would be cool.

Cody Gakpo, who left the field with a knee brace during the game against Tottenham Hotspur, had good news from Jurgen Klopp.

The Dutchman is recovering well and is getting close to being ready to resume his duties. Conor Bradley is also on course to return after being sidelined since suffering an injury in preseason, giving Liverpoo some comfort on the injury front.

Cody has a high chance of returning [after the break], according to Klopp. He is already out of the brace and moving around normally.

We almost got the best player out of all the very, very awful injury opportunities and possibilities, but he is still injured.


Conor is currently returning. He’s on the run. Given their age and the nature of the injuries, you usually give them three weeks extra rather than not enough because things have to get better.

It is related to the body’s growth process. such like this.


Let me put it this way: I was no longer able to sustain this injury. And for that reason, they require some time.

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