Dejan Lovren is nearing a return to action but still needs more training before being fit enough to start, so the center back will likely be used as a bench option for the Capital One and FA Cup ties this week.
With Martin Skrtel and Mamadou Sakho already out, the center back crisis at Anfield deepened with the news Dejan Lovren will miss the next two Premier League matches.
Liverpool face a defensive crisis ahead of upcoming games against Exeter City, Arsenal and Manchester United. Dejan Lovren adds his name to ever growing injury list at Anfield and joins centre-backs Martin Skrtel and Mamadou Sakho in the treatment room.
Dejan Lovren was initially projected to miss "up to a month" after being stretchered off with a knee injury during Liverpool's draw with West Brom in Week 16, but Jurgen Klopp suggests the center back has a chance to return by Boxing Day.
Dejan Lovren had a scan on his injured knee and it revealed that the defender has not suffered any ligament damage but he will likely still be sidelined until some time in January.
Jurgen Klopp remains cautiously optimistic that the injury suffered by Dejan Lovren is not serious after the Liverpool defender was stretchered off during Sundays’ draw with West Brom.
Liverpool are targeting the acquisition of Dejan Lovren's younger brother, Davor.
Dejan Lovren is back in training under Jurgen Klopp's new regime, as he works his way back from an ankle injury suffered last month, as is Philippe Coutinho.
Dejan Lovren, who was removed from the Capitol One Cup against Carlisle with an ankle injury, will miss out tomorrow's league match against Aston Villa and may be absent for 3-4 weeks.
After helping Liverpool to clean sheets in each of the first three matches, Dejan Lovren reminded folks of his penchant for mistakes in their Week 4 loss to West Ham United.
Liverpool got back on track with their win over Newcastle United yesterday evening but there is no need to rush out and grab any for your fantasy XI as their scheduled match in the league has been moved to allow for their FA Cup semi-final against Aston Villa.
After Besiktas made their five penalties and Liverpool made their first four, Dejan Lovren sent his spot kick high and the miss saw the Reds bow out of the Europa Cup.
Dejan Lovren had a chance to prove himself over the weekend by filling in for an injured Mamadou Sakho, and he helped Liverpol to another clean sheet over Southampton.
Dejan Lovren, one of the significant signings for Liverpool over the summer, appears to have to wrestle his job back from Mamadou Sakho if he wants to partner Martin Skrtel in the heart of the Reds defense.