sport news A cloud hangs over Liverpool in wake of Joe Gomez's serious injury

Jurgen Klopp will be FURIOUS at Joe Gomez's serious injury... the Liverpool boss has never liked international breaks and now a cloud hangs over Anfield with just ONE senior centre back available and Rhys Williams and Nat Phillips having to step up Liverpool centre back Joe Gomez sustained a serious injury in England training  The news will have left Jurgen Klopp furious as Liverpool's injury crisis worsens He has already lost Virgil van Dijk and now has just one fit senior centre back Gomez is close to Klopp and his injury will leave a cloud over the champions 

By Dominic King for the Daily Mail

Published: 22:34 GMT, 11 November 2020 | Updated: 23:14 GMT, 11 November 2020



Jurgen Klopp had one thing on his mind as he left Liverpool's historic Melwood training base for the final time. No injuries — whatever happens, let them all come back in good health.

Liverpool are moving to a new headquarters in Kirkby and it was Klopp's wish that all those who had international commitments would return in fine spirits ahead of the top-of-the-table showdown with Leicester on Saturday week. Now, miserably, a cloud will hang over the group when they reconvene.

This has been a campaign pockmarked with injuries for the champions, but there was a desperate turn of events on Wednesday at St George's Park when Joe Gomez suffered damage to his knee that means it is unlikely he will kick a ball again this season.

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp hates international breaks and he will be furious at the latest one

Liverpool defender Joe Gomez has suffered a serious injury while in training with England

Liverpool defender Joe Gomez has suffered a serious injury while in training with England

Nat Phillips is now a contender for regular first team minutes due to the injury crisis

Rhys Williams is another player Klopp will have to turn to between now and January

Nat Phillips (left) and Rhys Williams (right) will be required to step up regularly for Liverpool

England's players knew the severity of the issue as soon as Gomez crumpled and yelped in agony during a training session. Nobody was around him. All he was doing was preparing to make a pass.

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