NewsJürgen Klopp: Harvey Elliott's rehab progress looks really good
Jürgen Klopp detailed good progress is continuing to be made in Harvey Elliott’s rehabilitation from an ankle injury.
The midfielder underwent surgery in September after suffering a fracture dislocation of the left joint following a challenge in Liverpool’s 3-0 win at Leeds United.
Earlier this week, Elliott was pictured undergoing his latest rehabilitation session with the club’s medical team - and Klopp confirmed he’s making positive steps towards a return, though no timescale is being placed upon his comeback.
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“He’s great, Harvey’s great,” the manager told Liverpoolfc.com at the AXA Training Centre on Friday. “I have no idea when exactly it’ll be, but we can’t wait actually. It looks really good.
“Whichever person you speak to from the rehab department, you hear that he is so determined, he is really very positive all the time with us here.
“It is nice to see him smiling the whole day and working hard. He will be back, but how soon I don’t know.”