Lallana Lakoni Will Debut in Game Against Spurs
Liverpool – Good news for Liverpool when Adam Lallana squad declared fit for entry ‘The Red‘ against Tottenham Hotspur. Lallana will likely debut this weekend at White Hart Lane.
Since purchased with a tag of 25 million pounds from Southampton this summer, Lallana had never appeared in official matches and pre-season, due to a knee ligament injury which smother session while on a tour of the United States.
When it also Lallana returned to Liverpool to undergo restoration and called to be absent until the middle of September. But in the process, it runs faster recovery Lallana.
Lallana has been since last week has been training with the team and show satisfactory progress Rodgers. As a result the 26-year-old playmaker was given the green light to carry out his debut match against Spurs in the third week of the Premier League on Sunday (31/8) night.
“Obviously Adam will enter the squad. He looks fantastic during the practice session. Indeed he is not fit enough, but she looks amazing in practice the last few weeks,” said Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers as quoted by Soccernet.
Although Lallana has been declared fit to play, ‘The Red‘ still have to wait for the condition of some players such as Alberto Moreno and Martin Skrtel who suffered the injury during the 1-3 defeat of Manchester City.
“We will continue to monitor the approaching day of the match. Alberto Moreno sprained ankle and it is a pity, but he’s already showing signs of recovery throughout the week,” he continued.
“Glen Johnson is hard to play because he suffered a thigh injury. To Martin Skrtel, we will check the condition again within the next 48 hours,” said Rodgers.
Last season Liverpool won five goals without reply at White Hart Lane, ending record never win over Spurs in the previous couple of seasons.