Liverpool right-back Nathaniel Clyne(28) who spent last season on loan at Bournemouth(after loosing his first team spot to Trent Alexander-Arnold) has been flown back to the UK for immediate Treatment amidst his ACL injury picked during a preseason match against Borussia Dortmund last week in the United States of America, and is expected to be out for about six months.
The England player who was injured during the Liverpool’s defeat to Borussia Dortmund would be out of contract next summer and had been linked with a return to former club Crystal Palace.
In spite of the club affirming Clyne will spend a “long spell uninvolved”, the damage isn’t as genuine as initially dreaded and Liverpool’s manager Jurgen Klopp has depicted it as a “clear ACL damage”.
Klopp disclosed to Liverpool’s club site: “What would i be able to state other than how gutted we as a whole are for Clyney. He was preparing and playing so well – he was fit as a fiddle.
Plainly damage of this nature is certainly not a cheerful minute for any player, however the good news for him is that, as per the therapeutic folks, it’s a direct ACL damage. This implies fixing it and returning from it ought to pursue a way that is free from traps and confusions.
“Right now there isn’t substantially more to state past we’ll all help Clyney in the manner we can and we anticipate seeing him back on the pitch when mindfully conceivable.
“He is such a sound proficient and is normally exceptionally fit and solid, so every one of these things are to support him.”