Curtis Jones, a standout for Liverpool, was dealt a “devastating new blow.” the pundit

Curtis Jones
Curtis Jones

According to Paddy Kenny, Curtis Jones might have lost a chance to establish himself as a regular starter for Liverpool

The former Premier League goalkeeper revealed exclusively to Football Insider how the 21-year-old midfielder will be “devastated” over how injury has limited his availability this season.

He claimed that the Anfield youth graduate had fallen behind Harvey Elliott and Fabio Carvalho in the pecking order and would have to join the rear of the midfield line upon his return.


Jones’ tibia issue, which prevented him from playing at the beginning of the season, has worsened, according to Jurgen Klopp, who also revealed that Jones has a lower leg ailment.

His lone appearance in the Premier League team came for the home victory over Newcastle United, and he hasn’t featured since coming in as a late substitute in the Community Shield victory over Man City on July 30.

According to Kenny, Curtis Jones has suffered a terrible new blow as a result of his most recent injuries. He’ll be aware that he might have passed up a great chance to make himself known.


With [Naby] Keita, [Alex] Oxlade-Chamberlain out for the entire season, [Jordan] Henderson out with a hamstring injury, and Thiago only recently returning, Liverpool’s midfield has been completely destroyed. However, Klopp won’t be without choices after the international break, and the new addition Arthur will be competent.

“Look at Harvey Elliott’s success despite all those senior stars’ injuries. This year, he has likely been Liverpool’s top midfielder.

“Jones is also a big talent, but getting into that side now that everyone is healthy won’t be simple. The important men are Fabinho and Thiago, and everyone else must revolve around them.


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