Dejan is due for a knee scan to determine ligament damage

Dejan Lovren remains a doubt for Liverpool’s Premier League clash with Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday, due to a persistent knee problem.


The Croatian sat out of the Reds’ 2-0 defeat away to Hull City, and after two days’ rest for Jurgen Klopp‘s squad, it is still uncertain whether he will be able to return to training.

Klopp gave his side a break following the loss at the KC Stadium, deeming downtime crucial as Liverpool search to recapture their form.

Lovren will be assessed by Liverpool’s medical staff today after sitting out the trip to Hull due to discomfort in his knee. A decision will be taken on whether he needs a scan to establish whether there is any ligament damage.

Lovren has picked up more separate injury problems than any other player in the Liverpool squad so far this season, though he has only missed four games in the league so far.

Source: Liverpool back at Melwood after two days off – but Lovren could face scan – Liverpool Echo


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