Merseyside outfit Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has dismissed fears that Brazilian international Fabinho will not be available for the next three games left until the end of the season.
Fabinho suffered a head injury in their last game against Cardiff after a collision and was made to leave the pitch just after four minutes of play which spread fears that he would be missed.
The German boss has now come out to claim that Fabinho is now fine and would be available for the remaining games as he has been declared fit by the medical tea.
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Jurgen Klopp noted that he was advised to leave the pitch on the first day because he could not stand properly after the collision and was advised to stay out of the game.
However, he would be welcomed back to the team, according to the former Borussia Dortmund boss, stressing that Fabinho is 95% fit for the remaining games.
Meanwhile, Liverpool will hope to land their first English Premier League title in 29 years and will be banking on Man United later on Wednesday so that they can be able to maintain the lead to the end of the season.
The Reds team are currently sitting top in the league table with two points clear while Man City are second but with a game at hand.