Liverpool star is set to miss a month of action for the Reds as the race for the title heats up, the club confirms one of their valuable players will be out for the next 30 days.
Trent Alexander-Arnold suffered an injury against Brighton despite playing the entire game, he is expected to watch from the stand in the next four weeks and the club revealed that he has a minor injury to the ligament of his knee and the estimated time for his recovery is one month.
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The defender joins the likes of Joe Gomez and Joel Matip, although the latter could reappear and next Saturday against Crystal Palace while Gómez will not return until February.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp will have James Milner and Fabinho as alternative options pending the time Alexander Arnold will be back to full fitness, having allowed Nathaniel Clyne to join Bournemouth on loan this month Klopp’s options at right-back are limited.
Alexander-Arnold, however, should miss only three or four league games with a four-week lay-off – Palace, Leicester, West Ham United and Bournemouth – and is expected back before the Champions League last-16 first leg tie at home to Bayern Munich.