Spanish midfielder Thiago Alcantara made his comeback from injury against Arsenal on Sunday but suffered another issue during his 12 minutes of action in the 3-1 defeat for the Reds. Thiago, who is out of contract at the end of the season, may have played his last game for Liverpool after this unfortunate setback. The 32-year-old had been sidelined for 10 months before making his return against Arsenal, but the fresh injury has cast doubt on his future with the club. There is no specific timeframe for his latest injury, adding to the uncertainty surrounding his availability for the remainder of the season.
Considering his contract situation and the recurrence of injuries, it appears unlikely that Liverpool will offer him a new deal. Thiago’s return against Arsenal was his first appearance since a Premier League win at West Ham last year. Unfortunately, his comeback was marred by yet another injury, leaving him in the same treatment room as Dominik Szoboszlai and Mohamed Salah. Despite these setbacks, Liverpool will continue to strive for success under the guidance of Jurgen Klopp, who is navigating his final season in charge of the team.
With an upcoming Premier League match against Burnley, Liverpool will have to overcome their injury concerns and focus on their pursuit of multiple trophies this season.