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Key Liverpool defender to miss three months of action

14 November 2017, 10:32 | Charlene Valdez

GETTY Jurgen Klopp

Jurgen Klopp

Nathaniel Clyne is set ruled out of action for around three months after undergoing back surgery.

The England global has not featured all season because of the issue and it is understood that he will face a further lay-off after having an operation on Monday.

When asked if Liverpool would stick or twist with their manager at the end of the season, Castles said: "Liverpool will twist if Klopp fails to get Champions League football or win a trophy this season - which is looking a distinct possibility".

Manager Jurgen Klopp said: "He was in a good way, running with high intensity but the muscle showed a little reaction".

The Scotland global was considered the answer to the club's problems at left-back, and put in a man-of-the-match performance against Crystal Palace on his debut in August.

Clyne reportedly travelled to London with a member of the club's medical staff for corrective surgery on Monday. "It's been a very frustrating three months for me", added Robertson.


Joe Gomez and Trent Alexander-Arnold have been deployed at right-back by Klopp in his absence while Tottenham's Kieran Trippier has been favoured by Gareth Southgate in the England set-up. "I know need to get more game time".

It is the second injury setback for the Reds boss in 24 hours after Sadio Mane returned to Merseyside early after complaining of more hamstring trouble.

"I am told it will be longer than just a couple of weeks, so we will continue to monitor and assess".

If Moreno continues to impress then it will be hard for Robertson to force his way into the side but the 23-year-old remains a fine talent and will hope that he will get a sustained opportunity to impress in due course. We have to make him 100 percent ready.

The England worldwide is, however, pencilled in to play some part in a behind-closed-doors friendly at Melwood on Tuesday.



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