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Klopp to miss Chelsea vs Liverpool clash after testing positive for Covid-19

The Reds should manage without touchline support from their supervisor when they take on the Blues at Stamford Bridge this end of the week





Jurgen Klopp will miss Liverpool’s excursion to Chelsea in the wake of turning into the most recent Premier League director to test positive for Covid.





Klopp returned a positive Covid test on Saturday morning, and will in this way be missing from the touchline at Stamford Bridge. Aide administrator Pep Lijnders will assume responsibility for the group, with three other staff individuals, at this point anonymous, likewise set to miss the game subsequent to getting the sickness.

The Reds’ arrangements have effectively been seriously impacted, with three first-cooperative people testing positive prior in the week.What’s the story?
Klopp, GOAL comprehends, detailed gentle side effects on Friday and returned a speculated positive Covid test the next day.

He is secluding while at the same time anticipating the consequences of a PCR test, however didn’t make the excursion to London with his side on Saturday evening, and is likewise liable to miss Thursday’s Carabao Cup semi-last first-leg tie at Arsenal.

Also, three senior players, and three different individuals from staff have returned positive tests since the Reds’ last apparatus, the loss to Leicester on December 28.

Liverpool will likewise be without five first-cooperative people – Thiago Alcantara, Divock Origi, Takumi Minamino, Nat Phillips and Harvey Elliott – because of injury.

Could the game be delayed?
Liverpool sources demand that they have not reached the Premier League to demand a delay, and that they don’t expect to do as such at this stage.

They would, it is seen, still have sufficient senior outfield players, in addition to a goalkeeper, to finish the apparatus, however that would be liable to change assuming more certain tests were to be recorded among now and Sunday evening.

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