Liverpool defender Joel Matip has recovered in time to face Manchester United at Anfield.
The defender was ruled out for two weeks with a addutor strain in the Reds 1-1 draw with West Bromvich Albion on December 27 but thankfully, he has recovered much earlier than anticipated.
His presence will certainly come as a boast to Liverpool who are currently struggling to keep out goals or even score goals themselves.
Matip don’t just keep the ball out, he dangerous in set pieces and brilliant in finding spaces for his teammates to attack especially when is marauding forward to attack.
According to El Chiringuito, Liverpool is reportedly interested in signing Real Madrid’s greatest captain Sergio Ramos. The defender will leave Real Madrid as a free agent this summer having failed to reach an agreement with Los Blancos
But Madrid failing is Liverpool’s again. The Reds are willing to offer him a two year contract worth £10m to join them. Liverpool’s hierarchy believes pairing Ramos along Van Dijk will certainly give Liverpool the edge to win the Champions League next season along with Premier League title and other domestic trophies.
But, Jurgen Klopp will have to manage his game time in other to keep him fresh.
Jurgen Klopp has reportedly ruled out any possibility of signing a player or defender this January. The manager spoke extensively of the impact Covid-19 have had on finances of the club and why transfer or contract negotiations won’t be entertained now.
Liverpool will not sign a defender this January despite the mounting injuries. The club will manage the injury prone Joel Matip until Joe Gomez returns in April