Liverpool won’t believe their bad injury luck as £120k-p/w ace faces period on the sideline

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Dominik Szoboszlai is now reportedly likely to be ruled out of contention for Liverpool’s behind-closed-doors friendly with Greuther Furth.

The Hungarian midfielder is understood to have rolled his ankle and won’t take any further part of the club’s training camp as a precaution, Ian Doyle reported for the Liverpool Echo.

It’s unclear exactly how long the 22-year-old will be ruled out of action, though it would appear unlikely that the player’s pre-season will be curtailed much beyond the aforementioned tie.

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There’s no question that Jurgen Klopp will be breathing a deep sigh of relief should his new star signing have avoided a major injury setback.

Still, one has to hope that Liverpool’s injury fortunes will change for the good in the upcoming campaign and that the £120,000-a-week midfielder (according to Capology) can avoid any serious periods away from the action.

If the 2022/23 season taught us anything, it’s that we can’t skimp out on fresh legs and dynamism in the midfield department if we’re to have any hope of rediscovering our most devastating form on the pitch.

Klopp already made clear that he wants to see his outfit get back to their roots as a counter-pressing and high-pressing force to be feared.

They’ll need dynamos like Szoboszlai running the show in the middle of the park if we’re to turn that dream into a frightening reality to contend with for our opponents.

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  1. The question of numbers of midfielders in LFC squad in direct proportion to those of Man.City should be thrown out of the equation because Man.City have quality whereas LFC have quantity. Therefore it is imperative that LFC sign two quality midfielders for them to be competitive. Not a single midfielder from LFC could be fielded ahead of any Man.City midfielders as of 22/23 campaign. There FSG should bite the bullet and try to sign at least two more fielders.

  2. It has started again…yet the club is busy selling players not buying….sending away 7midfielders still only brought 2 replacements…doesnt make sense and seriousness

        1. Yes definitely.. that’s true. Fsg can be tight arsed when it comes to spending on top quality players..

  3. The owners should give Klopp the money if they want silverware. They need at least 4 quality players if they want to stand any chance of winning anything. We can only be a force if the club sign players

    1. Buying him will like buying a whole different attitude, that is negative. Don’t need prima Donna’s

      1. I don’t understand how selling players is so easy but recruiting new players is always difficult for lfc, Sell the club to avoid us developing high blood pressure.

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