Breaking: The injury report for Liverpool ahead of the FA Cup

Liverpool injury news: Jürgen Klopp has confirmed a blow, and there has been an update on Mohamed Salah’s status ahead of the FA Cup match against Southampton.

Liverpool did not need much time to enjoy winning the Carabao Cup. After just three days, another knockout match looms, so it’s very much ‘one down, three to go’.
Southampton is playing in the FA Cup at Anfield this time. While playing for Norwich, Russell Martin experienced some humiliating losses to Liverpool. Despite this, he has built some remarkable credentials in his brief coaching career, and Jürgen Klopp is aware that this will not be a simple task.
It will be made more difficult by the numerous injury issues in addition to the need to safeguard the players who played 120 minutes over the weekend. In the match against Chelsea, Ryan Gravenberch made matters worse by being substituted after less than thirty minutes.

On that trio and other matters, Klopp has updated the public. We know the following.
Before the Southampton match, Klopp gave an update to the media regarding the players who just missed out on playing in the Carabao Cup final. He doubted they would be able to feature, given the timescales.
“It’s touch and go with a lot of players, still with the boys who [were] not available for the final – like Darwin, Mo, Dom,” he stated on the club’s website. “We have to see what they can do today.”
Soon after raising the trophy, Szoboszlai and Núñez, in particular, appeared completely uninjured in their joyful celebrations, prompting Klopp to quip that he would need to speak with the medical staff.

Sadly, Klopp also acknowledged that he has no idea if Thiago Alcântara would be able to return to the field before the end of the campaign. It is possible that he played his final game for Liverpool as his contract was up at the end of the season.
After playing against Arsenal last month, Thiago made his long-awaited comeback from a hip injury that had been bothering him for almost a year. This setback appears to be rather serious. Throughout his time at Anfield, injuries have plagued him, completely delaying his final season and a half.

Gravenberch’s diagnosis of ligament damage was predictable given Caicedo’s poor challenge. Klopp, though, remained largely optimistic, stating that it “could have been much worse.”
Gravenberch will, however, miss the following two games at the very least. Wataru Endō is another possible Carabao Cup loser in the meanwhile.
The captain of Japan put forth a remarkable shift at Wembley, playing the entire 120 minutes. However, after being seen walking off in a protective boot, Klopp said that the player had received a “proper knock.” The manager expressed skepticism about any involvement against Southampton, saying things had not changed significantly since Sunday.

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