Trent Alexander-Arnold Likely to Miss Wolves Clash, Positive Updates on Konate and Nunez

Liverpool’s vice-captain, Trent Alexander-Arnold, is expected to be absent from the upcoming match against Wolves as he continues his recovery from a hamstring injury sustained in the Reds’ recent 3-0 victory over Aston Villa.

In his pre-match press conference, Jürgen Klopp stated, “There is no cause for concern. We were aware that he wouldn’t be available for this match. Trent hasn’t trained with the team yet and will need some more time. While it’s not the most severe hamstring injury, these injuries typically take more than two weeks to heal, and this one is no exception. Since he has started running, we hope he can begin ball work early next week, and then we will assess his progress from there.”

However, there is positive news regarding other players’ fitness within Klopp’s squad. Ibrahima Konate and Darwin Nunez are expected to be ready for the fixture at Molineux.

Klopp added, “Thiago is currently in the running phase, but not much beyond that. Ibou has already trained with the team for two days. As for Darwin Nunez, I haven’t seen him personally yet, but we’ve been in contact, and he has indicated that he’s fine. We will evaluate his condition further. It’s likely that Darwin will be available for the match.”

Additionally, Jarell Quansah, who trained with the team for the entire week, seems to have recovered sufficiently, and Stefan Bajcetic, who participated in the Spain U21s camp, should also be in good shape for the upcoming game.

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