Liverpool In Injury Dilemma Has Mohamed Salah Test Positive To Coronavirus
Liverpool football club is currently faced with a huge team injury dilemma has Mohamed Salah become the latest player to test positive for Covid19. The English Premier league last season the champion is facing difficult times as the team over-stretched with injuries woes and Jurgen Klopp has have to field younger players to cover up for injuries to his first-team squad most part of this season.
The Egyptian striker Mohamed Salah becomes the latest player to be hit as the prolific striker test positive for Coronavirus away on international duties. Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is already facing a selection problem following injuries that have bedeviled the club.
The German tactician would further have to deal with a further slimmer squad with Mohamed Salah joining the list of the players that cannot be fielded. Liverpool has almost all its backline out of play due to injury. Joe Gomez also picked up an injury during the international break that might likely see him miss a better part of the 2020/2021 season.
Among other players that are currently nursing one injury or the other is Virgil Van Dirk who picked up an injury during a collision with Everton goalie Pickford, during the Merseyside derby at Everton. Trent Alexander-Arnold also picked up an injury during the club clash with Manchester City at the Etihad.
Other Liverpool players who are currently nursing injuries are Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Thiago Alcantara, and Fabinho. Liverpool has had to play without most of its first-team players. With the news on Mohamed Salah testing positive for Coronavirus, this would further stretch the already stretched team.