Date: 15th January 2019 at 5:02pm
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An intriguing question!

Last week, when the club seemed to be intent on conducting more than the average amount of transfer business with Bournemouth, selling the south coast club Dominic Solanke whilst also loaning them Nathaniel Clyne for the remainder of the season, we concluded that both deals were good bits of business.

However, it seems when it comes to the latter we may have spoken too soon.

The news vehicle, the BBC, are reporting that Jurgen Klopp will have to do a little bit of thinking when it comes to a spot in his defence.

Our referenced source has confirmed that Trent Alexander-Arnold, who had kept Nathaniel Clyne out of the starting eleven, has been sidelined with a knee problem.

The 20-year-old picked up the injury in the warm-up against Brighton and is expected to be side-lined for up to two weeks.

Therefore, Alexander-Arnold is expected to miss the Anfield fixtures against Crystal Palace and Leicester City and faces a fight to be fit for the trip to take on West Ham United.

Let’s hope the youngster is a fast healer.

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