Jurgen Klopp has suffered another big blow as his right-back Trent Alexander-Arnold will not be in action for Liverpool for at least four weeks due to injury.

Alexander-Arnold sustained the injury during Liverpool’s clash with Manchester City which ended in a 1-1 draw.

The England international was substituted by James Milner with half an hour to play.

Center-back Virgil Van Dijk was also ruled out of Liverpool action and is not expected to return for the rest of the season.

Van Dijk sustained the injury after a reckless tackle from Everton keeper Jordan Pickford, with Liverpool confirming the defender damaged his anterior cruciate ligament.

The Dutchman was replaced by Fabinho who is yet to recover from his own injury.

With Alexander-Arnold being the latest to fall victim to injury that will see him out until at least December, Klopp will have a difficult defensive time this season.