Liverpool Football club is faced with a big blow after their member of the front three, the brazilian strike Roberto Firmino will be in sidelines for three to four months. This comes when the striker suffered a hamstring injury during their big game with the European Champions Chelsea football club.
Jurgen Klopp substituted the striker for the portuguese forward Diogo Jota during the 40 minute in the first half when liverpool were One nil down after the German winger Kai Havertz put the ball at the back of the net during the 22 minute.
Though the attacking depth of liverpool is not that sharp considering the rise of some stars like Alex Oxlade Chamberlain, the Japanese forward Takumi minamino and the Belgian forward Divock Origi. Now it is waited until the last day of the window if the club is going to surprise fans with adding a new attacker to their ranks.
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