Liverpool confirm ‘Klopp’ is out of quarantine

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Liverpool have revealed that Jurgen Klopp is out of quarantine and is ready to return. To the sidelines for tonight’s FA Cup clash with Shrewsbury Town.

His test positive led him to quarantine and miss out on the team’s match against Chelsea last weekend. But he has only mild symptoms and has returned to work after undergoing further tests.

Liverpool expect Jurgen Klopp to return to the sideline for today’s FA Cup third round match against Shrewsbury following a Covid outbreak which led to a player being recalled loan to fill in the numbers.

Klopp, who isolated himself and missed the Premier League game. Against Chelsea last weekend after having to self-isolate. Has shown only mild symptoms and will return to Anfield provided he succeeds in further tests.

In less than two hours however, Klopp’s right-hand man Pep Lijnders has yet to return. From quarantine after testing positive for coronavirus last week in the

Carabao Cup match. The first semi-final match against Arsenal in the middle of the week had to be postponed. Because the “Reds” encountered. The coronavirus outbreak within the team, causing the training ground to be temporarily closed.

Even the first-team players and the U-23 team Many are not yet available for a return, but Liverpool have enough players to face League One side Shrewsbury.

Ford Bridge has tested positive for coronavirus. While youngster Leighton Clarkson has been recalled. From loan at Blackburn Rovers and could be involved.