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Liverpool set to be without Nathaniel Clyne for significant period of time as Jurgen Klopp sheds light on back injury

Jordan Henderson and Nathaniel Clyne of Liverpool at Melwood Training Ground on July 8, 2017 in Liverpool, England. (Photo by John Powell/Liverpool FC via Getty Images)
Jordan Henderson and Nathaniel Clyne of Liverpool at Melwood Training Ground on July 8, 2017 in Liverpool, England. (Photo by John Powell/Liverpool FC via Getty Images)

Ben Burrows

Jurgen Klopp has confirmed that Liverpool will be without Nathaniel Clyne for "some time".

The England right-back hasn't featured since turning out in the Reds' first pre-season friendly against Tranmere back in July and was earlier this week left out of the club's squad for the Champions League group stage matches.

And Klopp has revealed that the 26-year-old's back injury is worse than first feared and could sideline him until the New Year.

"Nathaniel is working hard on his rehab and we have kept a close eye on his progress, but the reality is we are looking at some time still before he is back and available for selection," the German told the club's official website. "I am told it will be longer than just a couple of weeks, so we will continue to monitor and assess.

"It is pretty certain he'll not be available for the majority of the Champions League group matches. If we are fortunate enough to still be in UEFA competition in the New Year he could be added to the squad then.

"The medical guys are pleased with how he is responding and Nathaniel has shown a really strong attitude, given he is not someone who is used to being out injured.

"What is positive for us is how Joe [Gomez] and Trent [Alexander-Arnold] have stepped up and grasped their opportunities."

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