Just Now: Liverpool United Star Sustains Severe Injury Ahead Of Thursday Match; Coach Contemplates…

Following the recovery of Trent Alexander-Arnold and Diogo Jota, Liverpool has the most recent injury boost.

The long-awaited comeback of Stefan Bajcetic from injury occurred during Liverpool’s under-21 team’s incredible triumph over Manchester United at Old Trafford.

Thanks to goals from Trent Kone-Doherty, Kaiden Gordon, and an incredible Jayden Danns backheel, the young Reds won 3-0.

And Jurgen Klopp will be delighted that Bajcetic featured for the final 30 minutes as he earned the assist for Gordon’s intervention.

The 19-year-old enjoyed a fine breakthrough season at Liverpool in 2022-23. He made a total of 19 appearances, which included a start against Real Madrid in the Champions League last 16.

However, Bajcetic’s campaign was curtailed as he required adductor surgery and he’s had issues throughout this term. The former Celta Vigo youngster made two appearances in September before returning to the treatment table. Liverpool have been cautious with his fitness to ensure no problems last longer into his career.

In good news, Bajcetic returned to the Reds’ match-day squad for Thursday night’s sobering 3-0 Europa League last-16 first-leg loss against Atalanta. And the following day, he made a return to action against United. Bajcetic’s impact was immediate as he engineered Liverpool’s second goal scored by Gordon, who missed the entirety of last season because of a pelvic problem.

The Spain youth international may need more minutes for Barry Lewtas’ side. But Klopp will be hopeful that Klopp can play some sort of part in the finale of Liverpool’s Premier League title bid.


Jurgen Klopp updates the status of the Liverpool star’s injury after he overextended his foot

Jurgen Klopp, the manager of Liverpool, provides a concerning update on Conor Bradley’s injuries.

Conor Bradley sustained an injury that left manager Jurgen Klopp unsure of the full extent of the player’s recovery after Liverpool FC lost 1-0 at Crystal Palace. After colliding with Palace’s goal scorer, Eberechi Eze, in the second half, the Northern Ireland international sustained a foot injury.

Bradley needed help from Liverpool’s medical personnel as he departed the pitch, clearly concerned. He was replaced by Trent Alexander-Arnold, who made his comeback to the field after being out since February 10 owing to personal injury concerns.

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