Liverpool chief Jurgen Klopp will miss his side’s vital Premier League conflict at Chelsea on Sunday later a presumed positive Covid test.
Klopp’s associate Pep Lijnders will assume responsibility for the installation at Stamford Bridge as third-positioned Liverpool attempts to stay up with pioneers Manchester City.
Just as Klopp’s experimental outcome, three different individuals from his reserved alcove staff have tried positive, yet Liverpool is not relied upon to request the match to be delayed at this stage.
“Jurgen Klopp will miss Liverpool’s Premier League meeting with Chelsea on Sunday subsequent to returning a presumed positive COVID-19 experimental outcome,” Liverpool said in an assertion on Saturday.
“The Reds supervisor, who detailed gentle indications in front of the apparatus, is currently detaching.
“Collaborator administrator Pep Lijnders will consequently lead the group for the 4.30 pm GMT starts off at Stamford Bridge.”
No further Liverpool players have tried positive past the anonymous three recently affirmed by Klopp on Friday.
Regardless of removing himself from ideas the game could be in harm’s way, Klopp, this week portrayed each new day as a “lottery” as he held on to find assuming any of his crew had tried positive.
“Testing of the whole first-group set-up has uncovered no further sure cases inside the playing crew notwithstanding the three affirmed by Klopp on Friday,” the assertion added.
“Three private cabin staff individuals have returned speculated positive outcomes, be that as it may.”
Liverpool is one point behind Chelsea with a game close by in the wake of losing their last association match at Leicester on Tuesday.