Reds goalkeeper Alisson has given an insight into how he is recovering from his injury in the midst of the coronavirus.
Due to the coronavirus, the Premier League has been postponed. The good news is that the FA have confirmed that they plan to finish the 2019-20 Premier League season, as they have removed the June 30th deadline for the campaign to be completed.
However, the season has been suspended indefinitely, with matches not starting again until at least April 30th.
With that being the case, it has given Alisson more time to recover from his hip injury. The Brazilian has been recovering at Melwood, and he has given the fans an insight into what that is like in the midst of the coronavirus.
Posting on social media, as quoted by the Daily Star, Alisson said: “The club’s orientation is that everyone stays at home.
“In my case it’s a little bit particular, because I come from an injury. Thank goodness, it wasn’t a very serious injury.
“But every injury needs care and I have continued the treatments at the training centre. I don’t have any contact with my teammates, as everyone is in their homes.
“The only contacts I have are with the physio and the goalkeeper trainer doing some specific rehabilitation work.”
These are different times for everyone. Alisson is spot on in regards to the difference that it makes with his injury not being serious.
It would have been far more difficult to manage if he had of suffered something that required more treatment.
The fact that Alisson has no contact with his teammates shows just how serious this pandemic is. The sooner it clears the better.