SAD NEWS: Another Injury Liverpool eyeing move to replace another “talented” player in January,

After a tumultuous Premier League campaign in the previous season, Liverpool appears to be getting closer to their best this year.

With the addition of Dominik Szoboszlai and Alexis Mac Allister during the summer transfer window, the Reds were able to address their midfield issue; however, this concentration came at the expense of other areas. Jurgen Klopp has now had to pay the price.

The international break has the potential to either completely stop a team’s momentum or provide much-needed time for them to recover and continue. Illness may happen to any squad, no matter how fortunate or unlucky they are, and injuries might happen during the break. Andy Robertson was the one forced to leave Liverpool, which left them lacking in left-backs resulting in a potential January transfer swoop from Klopp and co.

This is a serious setback for Liverpool as Robertson’s injury is expected to keep him out of action for almost three months. While serving abroad, the Scotland captain sustained a shoulder injury that necessitated surgery. Kostas Tsimikas, a Greek international who is expected to serve as the team’s starting center since moving to Liverpool in 2020, will now take over at Anfield.

However, with games coming up quickly, Klopp will know he needs to find alternatives to Tskimikas, and the most recent Ian Maatsen transfer rumours imply he might be one of them. The Chelsea defender is expected to depart the London team in January, according to TeamTalk, and he wants to stay at a top team. Burnley, his previous loan team, and Manchester City are apparently watching the left-back.

A deal would undoubtedly make sense for all sides given Liverpool’s left-back dilemma and Maatsen’s projected future away from Stamford Bridge, which adds to the intrigue of the January transfer window.

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