Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel has resumed full training but Brendan Rodgers confirmed during today’s press conference that the player will be unavailable for Tuesday’s UEFA Champions League match against Ludogorets.
Martin Skrtel joins a growing list of injured Liverpool defenders as he will need to be assessed over the next 48 hours before Brendan Rodgers can decide on his availability against Tottenham.
Martin Skrtel scored twice in the opening ten minutes and Raheem Sterling notched two goals later on to lead the Reds attack as they clobber Arsenal in a 5-1 final.
Liverpool have signed central defenders Mamadou Sakho and Tiago Ilori for a combined fee of £25million.
Martin Skrtel has withdrawn from Slovakia's friendly against Romania with knee ligament damage.
Liverpool, having long been linked to Ajax starlet Christian Eriksen, are now rumored to be in for a double swoop involving Ericksen and teammate Toby Alderweireld.
Martin Skrtel's agent insists that the defender is still wanted by Liverpool, and that Napoli couldn't afford his wages anyway.
Despite signing a new long-term contract, Martin Skrtel is open to leaving the club if the right offer comes in for him.