Liverpool FC Injury Update: Szoboszlai Concern, Salah’s Return, and More

Dominik Szoboszlai: Liverpool faced a setback as Dominik Szoboszlai missed the recent 3-1 defeat to Arsenal due to a hamstring injury. Manager Jurgen Klopp suggested that it might be a recurrence of a previous hamstring issue that kept him out for five matches. The expected return date is currently unknown.

Mohamed Salah: Mohamed Salah has been out of action since January 1 due to a hamstring injury suffered during Egypt’s Africa Cup of Nations campaign. Initially ruled out for two matches, Salah’s return is expected for the upcoming game against Brentford.

Wataru Endo: Midfielder Wataru Endo, who was on duty with Japan at the Asian Cup, is set to return to Liverpool in the coming days. He could be in contention for the Premier League encounter against Burnley.

Stefan Bajcetic: Stefan Bajcetic, who had a strong debut season but suffered a calf issue, is expected to be back in training with Thiago in February. The teenager is preparing for a long-awaited comeback.

Joel Matip: Joel Matip suffered an ACL rupture during the 4-3 win over Fulham on December 3, and he is expected to be out for the remainder of the 2023/24 season.

Liverpool, currently facing a challenging period with injuries, will look to regroup and bounce back in upcoming fixtures. The return of key players, including Salah and the potential comebacks of Endo and Bajcetic, will be crucial for Jurgen Klopp’s squad as they navigate through a demanding phase in various competitions.

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