Jürgen Klopp a confirmé aujourd'hui que Jordan Henderson allait rater les quatre derniers matches de Liverpool cette saison en raison d'une blessure au genou, mais il est optimiste quant à sa disponibilité pour le début de la prochaine campagne.Mercredi soir, le capitaine a soutenu le problème lors des phases finales de la victoire 3-1 des champions à Brighton & Hove Albion.
A scan has revealed the extent of the problem and that Henderson will miss the last games of 2019-20; However, Klopp admitted that the news is as good as the Reds could have hoped for without surgery.
Elsewhere, Dejan Lovren has returned to full training and could enter the game for Saturday’s match with Burnley at Anfield.
Klopp said at his pre-match press conference, “Hendo is actually really the best possible of all bad news. It is a knee injury, but no surgery is necessary.
“He won’t be playing in the last stage of this season anymore, but I’m pretty sure he will start the new season with us. We were all worried when we saw him go down and when he left the field and stuff like that.
“Yesterday when we heard the news, it was a great relief for all of us. It’s not cool, of course, but it’s the best you can get. Hendo will be back; he heals quickly and will return soon. ”
On Lovren, who has not been involved in the last three games, Klopp added: “Dejan is in full training again and is available. “