Liverpool able to claim money from Federation Internationale de Football Association to cover wages

Liverpool able to claim money from Federation Internationale de Football Association to cover wages

Gareth Southgate has revealed he had a "long chat" with Jurgen Klopp after the serious knee injury picked up by Joe Gomez while on England duty.

The former England defender added that he has thoroughly enjoyed the helter-skelter nature of the Premier League right now, with several teams being top of the league at various points over recent weeks.

The "FIFA virus" has hit Liverpool at a time when they were already down men because of injuries.

Liverpool defender Joe Gomez has posted on Instagram with an update on his injury, which has prompted get well messages from ex-players Jamie Redknapp and Jose Enrique.

It was gathered that Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has now identified the player as a major target ahead of the January transfer window.

It won't exactly relieve Liverpool's pain, but it is at least a form of reward for the Reds as they prepare to deal with losing their best central defenders for the remainder of the season.

The centre-back faces a lengthy spell on the sidelines after damaging a tendon in his left knee while training with England's squad at St George's Park on Wednesday.

Naturally those fans whose top priority is club football are raging at the current worldwide break adding travel, training and further matches onto the legs of exhausted footballers.

Trent Alexander-Arnold was sent off the pitch with a hamstring injury during the 1-1 draw against Manchester City in the second half.

Next week he will intensify his rehabilitation at the brand new AXA training center in Liverpool as he aims to return to the game as soon as possible.

Klopp was happy to begin the defence of Liverpool's Premier League title with just three center backs, with the back-up plan being to drop midfielder Fabinho into defence.

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