Following Liverpool’s loss to Strasbourg, Konate and Keita’s condition has improved.
In the wake of the team’s most recent game, updates on the health of three Liverpool stars have been given.
Of fact, the Reds just recently resumed play.
After the team’s starting lineup defeated Manchester City in the Community Shield a little over 24 hours prior, a significantly changed starting lineup was given the opportunity to play on this occasion in a friendly match at Anfield against the French team Strasbourg.
The visitors of the day ultimately defeated the Reds convincingly thanks to a brace from Adrien Thomasson, either side of a strike by Habib Diallo.
However, it was something else that dominated Jurgen Klopp’s post-game news conference rather than the outcome.
This came in the shape of the most recent injury information for his squad.
Early in the second half of play on Sunday, when Ibrahima Konate left the game with a limp due to a knee injury, alarm bells began to sound.
This occurred with the hosts’ lineup already lacked Naby Keita and Curtis Jones due to illness and injury, respectively.
Klopp then continued to give updates on all three, with the news being, for the most part, good in character.
Importantly, the German strategist said that Konate’s most recent problem “doesn’t look too concerning,” before the defender underwent diagnostics in the days to come.