Liverpool's Joe Gomez ruled out of Champions League final after ankle surgery

Liverpool's Joe Gomez ruled out of Champions League final after ankle surgery

Liverpool's Joe Gomez ruled out of Champions League final after ankle surgery

Apparently Gomez had not fully recovered from the ankle problem he sustained while on worldwide duty with England against Holland in March, and he has since aggravated it in the two league games.

Adam Lallana faces a race against time to prove his fitness for the Champions League final against Real Madrid and the World Cup after a hamstring problem sustained five weeks ago.

However, the club have stated that Gomez will be ready for the start of Liverpool's pre-season training schedule in July following a rehabilitation period. "I'm going to do all I can to get back and be in the best possible shape for pre season".

Despite failing to score in his last three games, the Egyptian remains a threat to any team and is expected to give Real Madrid defenders a hard time in the final match.

"Thank you for all your support over the course of the season".

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Jurgen Klopp's men host Brighton this Sunday in their final Premier League game, which could determine whether or not they finish in the top four.

Lose or draw, however, and not only will Spurs be able to overtake them but so could Chelsea, who have two games remaining.

One effect of European success is that it's exhausting, and for a while now the Merseyside outfit have been playing two games a week in order to keep up with both competitions - though it did grant them the chance of opportunity to play in the Champions League final.

"It's my life, it's our life, that we always make it a little bit more exciting", Klopp told liverpoolfc.com.

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