Liverpool academy star James Balagizi has undergone successful surgery for his groin injury. He is going to be out of action for the next five weeks.
The attacking midfielder is currently on loan with Crawley Town. Hence, he will miss playing the games in his busy schedule this month.
JAMES BALAGIZI UNDERGOES SURGERY FOR HIS INJURY
The Liverpool official website has confirmed that their academy star James Balagizi has undergone successful surgery. He has suffered a groin injury during his loan spell. The attacking midfielder is on loan with Crawley Town. Hence, he will miss the busy schedule of games. The youngster would have got a good amount of game time with the team.
However, the positive news is the injury is not too serious. The attacking midfielder is likely to recover from his injury after five weeks. Therefore, Liverpool will hope that he returns to action as soon as possible. The attacking midfielder is a very highly rated-youngster. Hence, the Reds would like to see him become the future star player for the player.
LIVERPOOL ARE HAVING INJURY PROBLEMS FROM EVERYWHERE
It looks like the first team, the Liverpool players that are on loan are also having injury issues this season. Therefore, the medical staff have their hands full at the moment. The Reds currently have a number of players out with injuries. Trent Alexander-Arnold and Ibrahima Konate have also joined the list in recent days.
The injuries has forced James Milner to play as a right-back this season. Therefore, Jurgen Klopp is likely to rotate his team in the busy part of the schedule this season. They are also going to miss their new summer signing Arthur Melo until January. Hence, the coaching staff will have to trust the other players in the first-team squad to help them out of their injury crisis.
Liverpool academy star James Balagizi has played 11 games this season in all competitions for Crawley Town this season. He has also scored 3 goals this season. Therefore, Crawley Town will also hope that Balagizi recovers well to help them finish well in the league table this season.
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