Bad news came to Liverpool ahead of the second half of the 2022/23 season.
British media The Athletic reported on the 12th (Korean time), “Liverpool striker Louis Dias, who was training at the Dubai camp, hurriedly returned to England because he needed knee surgery.”
The media added, “Dias, who suffered a knee injury last October, is unlikely to return before March 2023 as he needs surgery.”
Dias, one of Liverpool’s key strikers, was injured in a strong collision with Arsenal midfielder Thomas Partey while starting against Arsenal in the 10th round of the Premier League in the 2022/23 season last October.
Díaz was substituted off the field after sustaining an injury during the game, and was diagnosed with a knee injury that did not require surgery, but would require a recovery period of approximately six weeks.
Dias, who finished the first half with a knee injury, recovered from the injury during the World Cup break and is currently training for the second half at the Dubai camp. 토토사이트
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said in an interview with The Athletic: “The news of Dias’ injury will be a huge disappointment for all of us and for Dias himself.”
Klopp said, “I didn’t get hurt in training, but one day Dias said he felt something.”
“So we decided to carefully monitor the injury, and then we were told that surgery would be needed,” he added.
Liverpool will soon return to England after a friendly against AC Milan in Dubai on the 17th.
Upon returning to England, Liverpool will start the second half of the 2022/23 season on the 23rd with Manchester City in the League Cup 4th round.