Liverpool defender Joe Gomez (Joe Gomez) has spoken for the first time since suffering a serious knee injury while on duty in England.
Gomez was training a ruptured bone tendon while training alone at the Three Lions base on Wednesday.
He underwent surgery and returned to Liverpool to begin his journey to complete health. The club confirmed that he will be in an “important” period on the court.
The 23-year-old has suffered severe knee and ankle injuries in the past. He said that he is very aware of the message to Liverpool fans on social media that it is “what is needed” to recover from them.
Gomez wrote on Twitter: “The road to recovery has begun.” “I have been here before, I know what is needed, and I will be better and stronger than ever.
“I’m obviously ruined, but this is part of God’s plan, and I believe everything is for a reason.
“I want to thank everyone for their good wishes and messages of support.
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“I focus on recovery and do my best to support my teammates. See you soon.”
Liverpool confirmed that Gomez’s operation was a success on Thursday and hope he can play before the end of the season.
The Red Army wrote in a statement: “This problem is isolated from Gomez’s tendon and has no damage to any other related knee ligaments.”
He said: “The operation to correct the losses in London on Thursday morning was a success and the 23-year-old will fully recover.
“Gomez will immediately start a rehabilitation program with the Red Army’s medical team, and the club staff will carefully monitor his progress.
“Although he may exclude him for most of the remainder of 2020-21, he has no timetable for his return.”
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