Liverpool: Curtis Jones continues to be absent for weeks
Liverpool: Curtis Jones continues to be absent for weeks and an eye injury will not affect his eyesight
The English club, Liverpool, confirmed the continuation of the absence of Curtis Jones, the team’s midfielder, for several weeks to come.
As the player continues to recover from an eye injury, and according to the official website of the Reds, it is expected that Curtis Jones’ absence will continue for a few more weeks.
As the English player continues the process of recovering from the injury he sustained in his eye before the international break.
Jones had suffered this unintentional injury during one of the training sessions, as a result of which he missed the team’s two matches against Atletico Madrid in the European Champions League and against West Ham in the English Premier League.
After conducting some additional checks, it was confirmed that he would be out of action for a few more weeks.
For his part, team doctor Jim Moxon said that it is a rare injury and he had strange misfortune in it, but the important thing is that it will not affect his eyesight after he has fully recovered.
However, the nature of the injury requires him to be careful, we have to give him enough time to recover and we cannot rush his return, so it will take some time.
“We have to make sure he is fully recovered before we give him the green light to return to group training, and for now he can do some individual training to keep fit,” Moxon added.
There is no specific time frame for his return now, but he will certainly need a few more weeks, and it is important to be patient with this type of injury.”