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Sport Klopp about van Dijk: "Not what a knee should look like"

10:50  01 december  2020
10:50  01 december  2020 Source:   sport1.de

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Klopp did stress that Van DIjk 's went as planned and that he is in regular contact with his star player.

Jurgen Klopp says Virgil Van Dijk 's recovery from serious injury is going "really well" despite the Liverpool boss revealing the defender's knee "does not look like a knee should ". Van Dijk suffered knee ligament damage in last month's Merseyside derby, sustaining the injury as a result of a forceful

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Klopp über van Dijk: © Provided by sport1.de Klopp via van Dijk: "Not what a knee should look like"

Almost two weeks after his serious injury (tear of the posterior cruciate ligament) Virgil van Dijk had a planned knee operation.

The defender of Liverpool FC suffered a serious injury to his right knee in the derby at Everton FC (2: 2) on Saturday after an attack by goalkeeper Jordan Pickford.

Now Jürgen Klopp has spoken out about Van Dijk's health: "Under the circumstances, he's doing well, but his knee doesn't look good," said the coach during a press conference on Monday. Test

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Jurgen Klopp says Virgil Van Dijk 's recovery from serious injury is going "really well" despite the Liverpool boss revealing the defender's knee "does not look like a knee should ". Van Dijk suffered knee ligament damage in last month's Merseyside derby, sustaining the injury as a result of a forceful

Jurgen Klopp says Virgil van Dijk 's knee is not looking normalCredit: AFP or licensors. Van Dijk ruptured his cruciate ligament in October after a heavy challenge from Everton keeper Jordan Pickford and immediately underwent surgery. The Dutch giant was initially feared to be out until the end of the

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Klopp clarified: "It doesn't look like a knee should look like. But it's okay considering the surgery he had. "

Apart from that, the English champions are at least a little lighter, where the Dutchman van Dijk and other regular players such as Trent Alexander-Arnold (calf injury) and Thiago are missing.

Alexander-Arnold before return, Thiago is missing longer

"It's looking pretty good at Trent," said Klopp, referring to the upcoming Premier League game against West Ham United on Saturday (6.30pm). "I saw him doing his build-up exercises on the pitch. From what I saw today, it won't be long (with a comeback, editor's note) ."

Thiago, on the other hand, doesn't look as good: "That was another bad thing when he injured himself against Everton. It wasn't broken, but it was a big blow to the knee."

The Spaniard "trains from time to time, but not at the moment," continued Klopp. He could therefore not say exactly "when he will be fit again", but it will still take weeks.

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