Tuesday , May 18 2021

Liverpool News: "I hope so" – Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain aims to return this season

The England midfielder has been out of action since he suffered a knee injury against the round of champions of the Champions League with Rome in April.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, from Liverpool, says he expects to re-act before the end of this season, while continuing to recover from a serious knee injury.

Oxlade-Chamberlain, 25, saw his awkward start in his Anfield career interrupted when he suffered an injury that gave his crucial and middle ligaments, as well as his ham's tendons in the semifinals of the Liverpool Champions League with Rome in April. He had a successful operation eight days later.

The club only revealed the total of the injury in July and made it clear that any game time for the midfielder this season would be seen as an extra.

But speaking in an official video called video The exciting path of the ox towards recovery, Oxlade-Chamberlain revealed that she is hoping to make "few" appearances before the end of the campaign.

When they asked him if he would be able to return to action this term, the English star said: "I hope so. The next goal for me is to build more in the gym, come back to run out again. I can not wait.

"I probably have to do two months of running, which is not my favorite either. And afterwards, once the ball comes out, it's made easier. I've already started to pass the ball and things like that inside, that feel great.

"I would like to be able to make its appearance at least before the end of the season, depending on what we are doing and if I really need it, I'm sure I will not be totally in the races or Filly in the way and up to zero.

"It would be good to make some appearances before the end of the season, probably more mentally to prove that I can do it and have a good pre-season and start next season."

Oxlade-Chamberlain also reflected on the way he got the injury and says that instantly he knew he could be out of action for a while.

"I've had many kicks over the years and I'm not too worried about them," he added.

"I'm expelled and I do not like to roll or anything, I like to make a backup pretty fast, even if I do bad.

"But this one, immediately, I thought that" I am a little problematic here, something bad happened ".

"The reaction of Dejan Lovren when he just stood above me looking at me doing this (covering his face with his hands), was like" you're not helping me. "

The former midfielder of Arsenal went on to explain how he tried to clarify the injury with Liverpool's medical staff just moments after taking off.

"I was sitting in the tunnel recovery room and told them" is ACL, is it bad? "just so he could hit his head.

"They said that" we are worried about it, but we do not know it, we will have to review it "and, as it came out, it was."

In the absence of Oxlade-Chamberlain, Jurgen Klopp's team is currently in the second position of the Premier League after twelve tournaments and still does not have to be defeated in the league.

Champions League qualifiers are still in their hands, but they were eliminated from Carabao Cup by Chelsea in September.

Your next league match will take you to take Watford on Vicarage Road.

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