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Latest Liverpool injury news as four players to miss Real Madrid and Darwin Núñez update to be given



Jürgen Klopp easily points out the "most negative aspect" of Liverpool's win over Newcastle

Breaking Liverpool injury news as four players are missing at Real Madrid and Darwin Núñez update follows

Jurgen Klopp rules out four Liverpool players ahead of Newcastle game

Liverpool injury news: Latest update as four Reds men will miss the Champions League match with Real Madrid, with Jürgen Klopp sweating over Darwin Núñez.

Liverpool are preparing for their Champions League-16 final clash with Real Madrid on Tuesday, which will see the shortage of four players for Jurgen Klopp’s men.

The match at Anfield – the first leg, with the second leg against La Liga scheduled for Wednesday 15 March – comes at a time when Liverpool have found some form again.

After beating Everton and Newcastle United over six days to turn their Premier League fortunes around and give themselves some hope in the top four contest, things are looking a little different for Klopp and his players.

However, this will be a completely different test. Real Madrid may be trailing behind Barcelona in the Spanish top flight, but it’s their competition – the one they always seem to find a way to win.

Here at we try to keep you up to date with the latest injury news after every game. That’s how things go ahead of Tuesday night when Real Madrid are in town.

Calvin Ramsey

The young Scottish full-back has endured a difficult season when it comes to things that spiral out of control and his recent setback means he will miss the rest of the season.

He certainly wouldn’t have played a minute against Real Madrid but certainly could have been useful for the rest of the season – but he won’t be back in action until the summer following his surgery. Thiago Alcântara

The Spanish midfielder will be missing with a hip injury for a “time” and will not play against Real Madrid. It is therefore a good job that Fabinho and Jordan Henderson are more alike and impressed Stefan Bajčetić.

However, Thiago will be a large flour in the middle of the field. His experience in such games could have been of crucial importance.

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Ibrahima Konaté

In the last match of last season, Konaté is probably in the best player in Paris Liverpool against Real Madrid in Paris and will not be a great deficiency with Joe Gomez or Joël Matip in his biggest form. Konaté is not far from a comeback and upon his return will join the squad alongside Virgil van Dijk, along with Liverpool’s current two best centre-backs.

Luis Diaz

Díaz, who is back at the AXA academy, could be back for the second leg against Real Madrid next month but is still a bit shy of a comeback.

With Diogo Jota and Roberto Firmino now back, Liverpool may have options up front, but having the Colombian striker at the back would be a great addition to the squad – after all, he was the Reds’ best player before. his first setback.

Jürgen Klopp easily points out the "most negative aspect" of Liverpool's win over Newcastle

Darwin Nunez

The Uruguay striker suffered a shoulder injury against Newcastle United and Liverpool are sweating the extent of the problem, with Klopp confirming after the match that Núñez was suffering.

Klopp is expected to give a full update at his press conference at 1pm UK time on Monday when the Reds boss presents the game with Real Madrid alongside one of his players.