Liverpool defender Joe Gomez has suffered a serious injury while on international duty with the England national team, MySportDab reports.
Jurgen Klopp’s team are current in the midst of a crisis in the defensive position with Virgil van Dijk out for the rest of the season with a serious injury.
Also, Trent Alexander-Arnold is now out for four weeks with a calf problem.
Fabinho, who has played at centre back before is still to return back due to a thigh problem.
But, According to the Daily Mail, Gomez is now set to miss some weeks of action after an injury at England’s St George’s Park base.
England face Republic of Ireland at Wembley in Thursday’s friendly match.
MySportDab Sources can confirm that Gomez’s problem is a knee injury.
Before Joe Gomez’ injury during England training on Wednesday, Liverpool were struggling defensively with serious injuries in their back-line.
Virgil van Dijk’s knee injury will likely keep him out for the rest of the season.
Trent Alexander-Arnold has a calf strain, and won’t be available four weeks.
Fabinho’s injury has ruled him out of the forthcoming international fixtures but Liverpool now have a bigger problem with Gomez absent.
The defender was a crucial part of Klopp’s plans without Virgil Van Dijk in defence for Liverpool.
But now the Anfield club are without their key defender; a major blow for Jurgen Klopp just before the ectic December period.
Now, Liverpool will have to sign a new defender in the January transfer market.