Trent Alexander-Arnold: Liverpool defender out for three weeks with knee injury

Lijnders added: "We should find new elements without him since he made our game adaptable. Indeed, even in awful spells, he was the one putting the balls where we really wanted the distinction.

"He will get some rest and afterward ideally he can return to where he was. Since this person was unequivocal in every one of the games and was the person who made continually for us from profound."

Liverpool are three focuses clear at the highest point of the Head Association and host Fulham in the Carabao Cup semi-last first leg on Wednesday.

They meet Norwich or Bristol Wanderers in the FA Cup fourth round on the few days of 27 January prior to facilitating Chelsea in the association on 31 January.

They face Bournemouth in the Chief Association on 21 January and play the second leg against Fulham on 24 January.

"Same for Kostas. Kostas is advancing all around well, truly speedy. So ideally the two of them - Robbo and Kostas - will be once again toward the finish of this current month to prepare with the group."

On Thiago and Bajcetic, Lijnders proceeded: "They won't be prepared for the finish of this current month. It will most likely be going into the following month to prepare with us. In any case, both [with] no difficulties, advancing."

The safeguard may likewise be an uncertainty for Liverpool's home conflict against Chelsea on January 31, as well as a critical title race outing to Stockpile on February 4.

"Trent sprained his knee during the last game [against Stockpile in the FA Cup third round]," says Ljinders.

"So he has a little tear in the horizontal tendon of his knee and he will require time to recuperate. He had a sweep and he will be out for half a month, so we should see after that.