Van Dijk surgery is cruel twist for Klopp
Liverpool face the prospect of being without Virgil Van Dijk for several months after it was confirmed their key defender requires knee surgery - but they are reluctant to rule him out for the season. News of anterior cruciate ligament damage to the 29-year-old, sustained in a controversial high challenge by Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford in Saturday's 2-2 Merseyside derby draw at Goodison Park, is the nightmare scenario for the Reds in their bid to retain the Premier League crown. "Following surgery, Van Dijk will begin a rehabilitation programme with the club's medical team to enable him to reach full fitness as soon as possible," a club statement said. Not only...
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