Wagner warns Huddersfield of Klopp's injury 'smokescreens'



Liverpool could face the setback of losing Sadio Mane for a few weeks along with other injury scares after the pacy winger broke his left thumb while on worldwide duty with Senegal.

Sadio Mane underwent hand surgery on Wednesday and appears likely to join Naby Keita on the sidelines, the midfielder having hurt his hamstring playing for Guinea.

Jurgen Klopp is expected to give Brazil global, Fabinho his first start for Liverpool since arriving Anfield in the summer transfer window.

Virgil van Dijk is also on Liverpool's lengthy list of injury issues, although Netherlands boss Ronald Koeman is confident the centre-back's rib complaint will not force him to sit out any club games.

James Milner also trained on Thursday, having injured his hamstring in Liverpool's game with Manchester City over the worldwide break.

"That's the situation, we can not change it".

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Huddersfield Town head coach David Wagner: "Now we have a great opportunity, a wonderful game in front of our fans against a very strong side, where we can hopefully perform at the same level (as our last game)".

But the Daily Star suggests Liverpool FC could have an edge over their rivals given the Hoffenheim star shares the same management as current Reds star Naby Keita and Sadio Mane.

"I understand that you all want to know it but I never get any information on injuries from other teams!"

The player himself has confirmed his intention to remain at Liverpool at least until the end of the season amid suggestions he would leave the club in January.

"Now it's getting a bit hard with judging how fit he is really", the Reds boss said. But training looks tremendous; he obviously enjoys playing football.

"We will see what we do".

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