Liverpool’s performances have been going down with each passing game and many feel this is due to the late number of injuries that Jurgen Klopp has suffered.
A number of defenders are currently out with injuries but right now the major concern is with Trent Alexander Arnold.
Arnold is currently out with a knee injury and the right-back is a doubt for Liverpool’s clash vs Bournemouth this weekend.
There are some rumours that the 20-year-old might not be fit to take on Bayern Munich also which could be a serious issue for Jurgen Klopp.
And according to BBC pundit, sending out Nathaniel Clyne during the middle of the season was perhaps the biggest blunder for the Reds manager.
“Liverpool’s lack of depth is alarming. Letting Clyne leave on loan — with no ability to recall him — is the biggest mistake Klopp has made at Liverpool. It could cost them the title,” Sutton told the Daily Mail.
“Milner did a valiant job at right back but Liverpool missed his influence in midfield.
“Neither Adam Lallana nor Naby Keita turned up at West Ham, but they weren’t the only ones. How many times did Roberto Firmino misplace passes?
“This was one of Liverpool’s worst performances so far. They were vulnerable at set-pieces and toothless in attack. Bournemouth on Saturday is huge.
“Liverpool need a convincing win. Clyne will not be involved as he cannot play against his parent club. How Klopp must wish he could call him down from the stands.”
When Trent Alexander Arnold was fit, there was no way Nathaniel Clyne was going to get starts for Liverpool so Jurgen Klopp thought of sending him out on loan to AFC Bournemouth until the end of the season – and this made perfect sense.
But now that Arnold is out injured, the whole scenario has changed.
Some fans also claimed that the manager call Nathaniel Clyne back from his loan spell but reports have since claimed that the contract does not have a termination clause.
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