An update on Darwin Nunez’s injury in what could be a setback for Liverpool

An update on Darwin Nunez’s injury in what could be a setback for Liverpool

Darwin Nunez, a forward for Liverpool, is reportedly questionable for their Premier League match against Brighton, adding to their injury woes.

Darwin Nunez missed the Liverpool training session on Thursday and might not make the trip to Brighton this weekend.

Although the nature of the Uruguayan’s injury is unknown, it is not anticipated to be a serious setback. However, it is sufficient to maybe prevent him from playing this weekend on the south coast, which would put more strain on Jurgen Klopp’s resources.

The Brazilian has experienced a setback in his personal comeback, according to Jurgen Klopp. “We are anticipating news. We’ll wait for that.”

Klopp spoke of Nunez’s absence from training on Friday, despite the fact that it wasn’t a serious injury. “(James) Milner worked out yesterday and will resume regular training today. Unlike Firmino. Stefan Bajcetic is back today.

To the opponents on Saturday, he added: “Brighton deserves respect. They are no longer underrated, in my opinion, but who would have guessed that once Graham Potter left, their possession figures would rise? We could go there and actually mess things up.”

Patrice Evra, a former defender for Manchester United, predicts that Nunez will soon be compared to Erling Haaland of Manchester City and that “people will be afraid” of the Uruguayan.

“All of a sudden, Liverpool has this constant chatter of criticism around Darwin Nunez, people saying he’s not great and he should do this and that.

If you take a look, Nunez is getting more attention than usual, and when that happens, the team will inevitably suffer. You must give the young man a break. Talk about someone else; this is his first season.

What promise he has. There aren’t many other strikers that are so intelligent at his age, based on how he plays and how he looks. No one can teach you how to move the way he does. He’s just unlucky right now. But when his luck improves, we’ll see what kind of player he can be.”

Darwin Nunez could become Jurgen Klopp’s fourth senior forward out with an injury if he doesn’t recover in time for Liverpool’s trip to Brighton on Saturday.

Nunez will join the Reds’ injured list, which already includes players like Luis Diaz, Diogo Jota, and Virgil van Dijk, if it is determined that he will miss the game. Both James Milner and Roberto Firmino have been out injured and have not yet played for the first team.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Naby Keita, meanwhile, have just made a full recovery from long-term injuries sustained before the start of the Premier League season.

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