Former Arsenal star Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has shed more light on the role Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has played in his recovery from a terrific knee injury, per report in footall.
The England star has been ruled out of action since April with a knee injury after the attacking midfielder was forced off the field in the first 45 minutes of Liverpool’s 5-2 victory over Serie A giant Roma in the UEFA Champions League last-four at Anfield Stadium.
Chamberlain isn’t expected on the pitch to represent his team this current Premier League season considering the severity of his knee problem, although the attacker is targeting coming back before the conclusion of the season.
The Reds number 21 has been handed a new lease of life at Anfield under head coach Jurgen Klopp after the 18-time English Champion signed him in a £40million deal from North London club Arsenal in the summer transfer window last year.
The Southampton academy graduate had began to stagnate at Arsenal but Chamberlain finished his debut campaign at Liverpool scoring five goals and creating nine assists in 43 matches across all competitions.
Chamberlain revealed how the Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has continued to make him feel part of the Red team despite his rather long-term injury lay-off.
The English man was initially made to hold on for a while to become a regular starter at Merseyside before the 2017 acquisition flourished and became a key member of Jurgen Klopp’s side.
The 3-time Emirates FA Cup winner was an important member of the Liverpool midfield army in the second stanza of the campaign alongside James Milner and Jordan Henderson.
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