Jurgen Klopp Hands Liverpool Star a Three-Word Injury Boost Ahead of Rangers Clash

As Liverpool prepares to take on Rangers at Ibrox on Wednesday night, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain took to Instagram to give Jurgen Klopp a massive three-word injury boost. However, the attacking midfielder will not be playing.

The 29-year-old Oxlade-Chamberlain has yet to play for Liverpool this year due to a thigh injury he has been battling. He played 29 times for the Reds in all competitions before the FA Cup match against Forest in March was his last.

Since then, he has been benched. Injury to the Ox comes on the heels of setbacks to Curtis Jones, Naby Keita, Jordan Henderson, Thiago, and now Arthur in the heart of the field. Every one of them has been out with an injury this year.
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Oxlade-Chamberlain will not be joining his Liverpool teammates in Glasgow for their match against the Rangers, as announced by Jurgen Klopp. However, the footballer shared some encouraging words with his Instagram followers in the form of a three-word caption.

Oxlade-Chamberlain Hands Klopp a Big Liverpool Boost

Jurgen Klopp Hands Liverpool Star a Three-Word Injury Boost Ahead of Rangers Clash

Liverpool’s midfield requires some more excitement. Add some pep, some offensive creativity, to the mix. Oxlade-Chamberlain, an English international, is very than capable of doing that, and his return will provide Liverpool with a much-needed bench alternative.
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With Keita, Jones, and Arthur still out, he could potentially get a spot in the starting lineup. Even if it’s great news for the Reds, he won’t be playing against the Rangers. Against Manchester City, he could possibly earn a spot on the bench.

The schedule is stacked with games.

Next week’s Wednesday night home game against West Ham could be the perfect opportunity to give Oxlade-Chamberlain a start. Getting in shape is an immediate priority for him.


His contract is up in the summer of 2019, so he’d better be doing his thing on the field if he wants to keep playing in Merseyside. Both West Ham and Aston Villa have their sights set on the £10 million rated star (Mirror).