Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp won’t be forced into the transfer market despite the injury problems that have faced his team in the past few days.
According to him via the Daily Mirror, the injury problems won’t be solved by new signings.
Liverpool’s preparation for the big game against Arsenal has been disturbed due to the injuries to key players.
First choice goalkeeper Alisson Becker is on course to miss the game against the Gunners scheduled for Anfield on Monday night. In his absence, second choice shot stopper Adrian is expected to start the Premier League encounter.
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The Reds might also be without new signing Thiago Alcantara for the game.
Alcantara, 29, recently signed for Liverpool in a £27m deal, add-ons inclusive. He joined the Reds from German Bundesliga club Bayern Munich.
Apart from those two players, club skipper Jordan Henderson will also miss the game after he picked up an injury during the last league outing, a 2-0 away win over 10-man Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
Liverpool defender Joel Matip has also been ruled out of the game.
The Reds have made three signings in this window including the aforementioned Thiago Alcantara.
The Reds also signed left-back Kostantinos Tsimikas and attacker Diogo Jota.