Published: Wed, October 17, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Liverpool's International Break Worsens With Naby Keita The Latest Victim

Naby Keita is the latest player to be struck down by the global break curse, with the Guinean carried off by a team mate after what looked like a thigh injury during his Africa Cup of Nations match against Rwanda on Tuesday.

The player joined the Reds from RB Leipzig over the summer and has shown shades of the quality that Liverpool forked out so heavily for, but, so far, he has not established himself as a regular starter.

The 2019 Cup of Nations qualifier at the Stade Nyamirambo in Rwandan capital Kigali finished 1-1, depriving leaders Guinea of qualification with two matchdays to spare.

Salah was forced off in Egypt's win over Swaziland last week and has already returned to Liverpool for treatment.

Mane suffered his injury while helping Senegal outclass Sudan 3-0 in Dakar 24 hours later.

And now Klopp could be even lighter on options when Liverpool return to action on Saturday against Huddersfield.

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Keita adds to Liverpool's mounting injury concerns as they prepare for the return of the Premier League.

Sadio Mane is also believed to have sustained an injury during the worldwide break, having been pictured with a bandage on his left hand amid reports he has broken his thumb.

"Virgil has been playing with two broken ribs for weeks and has been constantly injecting to play at Liverpool", he said.

Salah is expected to be fit to face Huddersfield, but Keita and Mane are still doubts at this time.

"He wanted to play against Germany but you have to give the club something back now".

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