Boost for Mourinho as Liverpool's Sadio Mane ruled out for lengthen period


Liverpool have taken to Twitter to announce Sadio mane could be out for up to six weeks after picking up an injury on international duty.

The Senegalese was substituted late on is Senegal's 2-0 World Cup qualifying victory against Cape Verde on Saturday.

On Tuesday afternoon, Liverpool confirmed that Mane's injury will ruled him out of action for well over a month.

"Sadio Mane is facing a spell on the sidelines after sustaining a hamstring injury on international duty, Liverpool FC can confirm," a club statement read.

"The winger was substituted 89 minutes into Senegal's 2-0 World Cup qualifying win over the Cape Verde Islands on Saturday.


"And it has now been confirmed that he picked up an injury during that fixture that could keep him out of action for up to six weeks."

The development is a significant blow to Klopp's aspirations in the Premier League and Champions League, with Mane being a pivotal part of the German's forward play.

The former Southampton forward has featured nine times for his side this season after recovering from knee surgery, which cut short his brilliant first season at Anfield.

Mane will not be part of the Reds squad's visit to Anfield on Saturday afternoon. The Senegal forward has already missed three domestic matches this season after receiving a suspension following his sending off at Manchester City last month.

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