Nathaniel Clyne Reportedly Set for 3-Month Absence After Back Surgery

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Clyne has not played since sustaining the injury in pre-season and was ruled out for "a significant period of time" by the club, with no return date specified.

Liverpool will see Nathaniel Clyne spend an extra three months on the sidelines. "That's how back problems are", Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp said earlier this month.

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The former Southampton man returned to light training in October as part of his recovery.

It is understood Clyne travelled to London with a member of the club's medical staff for corrective surgery on Monday.

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Youngsters Trent Alexander-Arnold and Joe Gomez have so far filled in for Clyne, alternating in games with Gomez often being preferred in the league whilst Alexander-Arnold has featured in most Champions League games.

Not only does he have to get into form, he will need to dislodge Kyle Walker and Kieran Trippier who have established themselves in the England squad over the last few months.

Mane, whose old hamstring injury has recurred, will arrive in Liverpool on Tuesday and Klopp confirmed the forward will be assessed.

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