- Harvey Elliot suffered an ankle dislocation during Liverpool’s 3-0 win away at Leeds United in the Premier League
- The 18-year-old was marked from behind by Pascal Struijk and required lengthy on-field treatment before being taken off
- It was gathered that Elliot who was immediately rushed to the hospital was discharged on Sunday, but will return for surgery in Tuesday
Following his injury during Liverpool’s 3-0 win over Leeds United, Harvey Elliot who dislocated his ankle will have surgery in the coming days according to reports via 90min.
The Liverpool star fell awkwardly after a challenge from midfielder Pascal Struijk and required lengthy on-field treatment before being taken off.
At the end of the game, Jurgen Klopp stated that the 18-year-old dislocated his ankle and was immediately taken to Leeds General Infirmary from Elland Road and will likely undergo surgery on Tuesday.
In a statement by the club, Elliot was discharged hours later, but will return on Tueday for surgery.
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Speaking post-match, Klopp said via Metro:
"It's a bad injury. Ankle, I heard it was dislocated. We could put it back. He's in the hospital.
"I couldn't care less [if it was a red card], it is not my business. It is a serious injury, definitely for an 18 year old boy. The red card is not important. Two or three weeks we can play on, Harvey will not."
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Summer signing Romelu Lukaku grabbed a brace in the encounter, with Mateo Kovacic also getting on the score sheet.
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