Our defensive injury crisis might be slowly improving, but our problems at the other end of the pitch show no sign of abating.
Klopp, who is already without Daniel Sturridge and Danny Ings, been dealt a further injury blow after Origi was forced to have surgery on a knee problem (via Guardian).
It is expected that the injury will keep the 20-year-old striker sidelined for at least another month – thus meaning we will be forced to continue relying on Christian Benteke and makeshift striker Roberto Firmino to lead our attack.
Origi had been in the best form of his (albeit short) Liverpool career to date when he picked up a hamstring injury in our 1-0 win away at Leicester on Boxing Day. It was hoped he would return to the side against either Manchester United or Arsenal this week, but this fresh injury has made that impossible.
The Guardian claim he will miss at least five league games, as well as the FA Cup third round replay, the potential fourth round game against West Ham, and the second leg of the League Cup semi-final.
Origi will no doubt hope to be fit in time for the League Cup final on 28th February – assuming we get there.