Jurgen Klopp confirmed Liverpool will have to wait for another assessment of the ankle injury Harvey Elliott sustained in Sunday’s 3-0 win at Leeds United, but admitted it was a “bad” injury.
The midfielder kept the problem up in a tackle with Pascal Struik on Elland Road after an hour, which resulted in a red card for the home defender.
Elliott was carried off the field and taken to the hospital, however, later posted a picture with a thumbs up on his Instagram account before the session ended.
At his post-game press conference, Klopp said, “First and foremost, it’s one of the few Instagram posts that I have dear, because if he’s already broadcasting this it shows he’s not in so much pain anymore, that’s great news.
“I think we all saw it, the ankle was no longer in the right place Job. The medical department put it back in the right place, which is really very important at this moment, that it’s easy to say good things about it.
“Of course it’s a bad injury and we now have to go to further examinations, Reviews or whatever, scans are waiting and we do that. “