Liverpool: Virgil Van Dyke returned to light training after injury

Liverpool: Virgil Van Dyke returned to light training after injury
Liverpool: Virgil Van Dyke returned to light training after injury

Liverpool have been absorbing blow after blow in recent weeks and have lost quite a few players. Virgil Van Dyke, the defensive stronghold, tore the crossbar. Then Joe Gomez, another stopper, apparently finished the season after suffering a serious injury to the England squad. Fabigno, who was moved to the brake position, was also injured, and the defense continues to suffer when Trent Alexander-Arnold is also unfit. In the link, Thiago Alcantara is injured, and in the attack – Muhammad Salah is infected with Corona.

All of this list will be absent from the Champions League match against Leicester on Sunday in the ninth round of the Premier League (Starting at 21:05, live broadcast on Sports1). Coach Jürgen Klopp is undoubtedly at a loss, especially on the defensive side where he needs to improvise, but the team may have received good news.

Van Dyke, whose initial diagnosis was the end of the season, has so far provided significant progress than expected and has begun light recovery training. It is still unclear whether he will play again in 2020/21, but these are undoubtedly encouraging news. The Dutch brake is preparing for the second stage of rehabilitation, which is more intense, and he will do everything to get back to playing this season.

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