Jurgen Klopp has said that the injury endured by Trent Alexander Arnold is getting better by the day.
The Liverpool right-back picked up a knock in the match against Napoli in the Champions League.
Jurgen Klopp has said that the injury situation of young defender Trent Alexander Arnold is getting better by the day but he will not be able to play a part in the match against Wolves in the Premier League. The Reds are set to travel to the Molineux to lock horns with the Wolves, who have currently hit a rich vein of form.
Nuno Espirito Santo’s men have won three matches on a trot in the Premier League, having beaten Chelsea, Newcastle United and Bournemouth and will look to keep their winning form intact when they take on Liverpool in their own backyard.
Speaking about the injury situation of Alexander Arnold, Klopp said, “It actually looks surprisingly good. I think Wolves will still be a bit too early but after that, they told me we can think about him. But for that, he needs to train. So far he didn’t train but the pain goes down second by the second, which is good. And then in the moment when he can deal with it, he is on the pitch, and in the moment he is on the pitch we’ll make a decision. But it looks good for Trent.’
The Reds are currently at the top of the table in the Premier League and are being closely followed by the reigning champions Manchester City, who are just one point away to leapfrogging Klopp’s side to the top of the table.