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It has just come to our attention that an essential bit of information has been confirmed, which has the potential to bestow the Premier League upon Liverpool.

As Jurgen Klopp's injury list begins to clear, a reporter for Liverpool provides a hint about the anticipated comeback date for Alisson.

by Dandozzy

After a difficult couple of months in this regard, Liverpool’s injury list is gradually beginning to clean up to some degree.

It is possible that Curtis Jones, Andy Robertson, Trent Alexander-Arnold, and Diogo Jota will all return to duty over the next two weeks. Mo Salah and Dominik Szoboszlai have already returned to action prior to the international break.

James Pearce disclosed positive information on Alisson Becker, who has been sidelined for almost two months due to a hamstring injury.

Pearce made this announcement while reporting for The Athletic on Thursday afternoon.

It is anticipated that Liverpool’s first-choice goalkeeper will make his return sometime in the middle of April.

This indicates that he may be able to return for either the Premier League match against Crystal Palace on the 14th of that month or the Europa League quarter-final second leg away to Atalanta four days later depending on the circumstances.

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When the news of Alisson’s injury became public shortly after the loss to Arsenal at the beginning of February, Jurgen Klopp stated that it was “rather serious” (Evening Standard), and Liverpool fans may have been pounding their heads against the nearest wall in a state of exasperation.

Caoimhin Kelleher has shown commendable growth over the past few of months, most notably with a heroic effort in the Carabao Cup final victory over Chelsea.

Although successfully replacing one of the finest players in the world in his position is not an easy task, Kelleher has shown that he is capable of doing so.

Indeed, the Irishman has performed to such a high level that the question of whether or not he will continue to be a member of the team once the Brazil international is given the all-clear to return has been raised in certain circles.

Despite the fact that the 25-year-old has been doing exceptionally well, it is difficult to conceive that Klopp would voluntarily leave Alisson on the bench for the remainder of the season, with the possible exception of Liverpool’s Europa League matches.

When it comes to choosing between his two primary goalkeepers, the Reds boss will be confronted with one of the most pleasant selection issues in English football in just a couple of weeks’ time.

There is a good chance that some of his peers in the Premier League are gazing on with a great deal of envy.

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