Huge boost for Liverpool as key duo including Virgil van Dijl set for training return
Liverpool duo Diogo Jota and Virgil van Dijk to return to team-training
In what is a major boost for Liverpool and the supporters, Diogo Jota and Virgil van Dijk will soon return to team training, later this week. A hamstring issue saw the latter sit out since the turn of the new year and a calf injury meant Diogo has been out of action since October.
Liverpool Echo report that the duo could return to team training soon which will certainly help the team to a great extent. Without the leadership of Virgil, the team seems to have lost a major chunk of their cohesion.
Coming from a 3-0 loss to Wolves, the Reds will certainly see themselves in a better position if they can enjoy the services of Jota and Van Dijk against Everton at Anfield in our next game. Their presence on the field will greatly strengthen the team’s defence and attack, making them a much more formidable team.
The team has been dearly missing the presence of both players and their return will come as a huge boost for the team and its fans. Liverpool has struggled to find its rhythm this season and currently sits in 10th place on the league table, far from their usual position at the top.
VVD and Diogo to return soon?
The return of Van Dijk and Jota will bring a much-needed boost to the team, as their experience and ability will help to turn the team’s fortunes around. The defence will be more solid, with VVD’s leadership and ability to organize the back line, making it much harder for the opposition to score against us but even his form has been a concern of sorts this season.
The attacks will also be more dynamic, with Jota’s ability to score goals and create chances for his teammates, making Liverpool a more potent force in attack. The worrying form of Mohamed Salah can somewhat be negated by Jota’s clinical ability.
To conclude, with their experience and ability, Liverpool will be in a much better position to turn their fortunes around and climb up the league table. The team and its fans will be eagerly awaiting their return to the field and the positive impact they will have on the team’s performances.
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Perhaps it is a little too late to salvage the season but let’s not forget that we are still in the UEFA Champions League.