Injuries slow the development of Liverpool’s back-end talent

Injuries slow the development of Liverpool’s back-end talent

When Liverpool entered the 2023/24 season without being reinforced by a new right-back, it was perhaps in the hope that Connor Bradley could fill in for Trent Alexander-Arnold when needed. The Northern Irishman had an impressive season on loan at Bolton in League One last year, and before the start of the season announced that he had plans to play his part in Jurgen Klopp’s plans.

Unfortunately, the lead-up was marred by an injury that later proved to be more serious than initially thought. It was initially described as a minor injury, but it was later found to be a fatigue fracture in his back, and he will be out of action for several months. Northern Ireland manager Michael O’Neill said it was highly doubtful we would see Bradley playing this autumn, and if so, it would mean he would be out until at least November.

Claims expert Dr. Rajpal Brar writes about it This is Anfield stadium Another young talent at Liverpool, Calvin Ramsey, suffered the same injury last year and was sidelined for three months. Arsenal goalkeeper William Saliba missed the final months of the season due to a similar fatigue fracture.

Brar writes that the injury may have come from the fact that Bradley was the teenager in the world who played the most minutes for clubs and national teams last season, but the injury need not be serious in the long term if the injury is treated. correctly.

“I expect that Bradley will be completely fine under the treatment of Liverpool’s wonderful medical staff, and that he will be carefully admitted when he is ready,” Brar wrote.

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Ramsay’s nightmare continues

It has not been easy for Ramsey, who was brought in from Aberdeen last year, since arriving at Liverpool. Much of last season was ruined by injuries, and this season started in the worst possible way.

The youngster was loaned out to Preston in the hope that playing for the first team in the Championship would accelerate his development, but so far there has only been one match, and that came in pre-season. Ramsey is said to have suffered a setback with a knee injury that kept him out of the spring season.

The 20-year-old has now returned to the AXA Training Center to receive treatment from Liverpool’s staff during his rehabilitation period. Ramsey has only started one match for the Reds since his move, which was against Derby in the League Cup last year.

The Europa League would have been a good opportunity to play this season, especially for Bradley as he was not loaned out, but now Klopp has to look for other solutions. Therefore, it seems that Joe Gomez will currently be a replacement for Alexander-Arnold when the Scouser is injured or needs a rest.

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