The Reds skipper will miss the remainder of the period with a knee injury however Klopp has affirmed he WILL lift the Premier League trophy in the not so distant future
Jurgen Klopp trusts Jordan Henderson is currently “a good example for future Liverpool commanders” – as he affirmed the Reds captain WILL lift the Premier League trophy in spite of his season-finishing injury.
Henderson will miss the rest of the battle in the wake of getting a knee issue in the success over Brighton on Wednesday, in spite of the fact that Klopp uncovered that there is no requirement for medical procedure and that the 30-year-old is relied upon to be back in an ideal opportunity for the beginning of the 2020-21 season.
It implies he won’t be on the field for the game with Chelsea at Anfield on July 22, when Liverpool will be given the Premier League trophy just because.
Klopp, however, says Henderson will be there to lift the trophy – regardless of whether his trademark ‘mix’ isn’t in plain view.
“We will do everything conceivable to do it the correct way,” he told journalists. “I have no clue about what the standards are, on the off chance that you can’t lift the trophy in the event that you are not in the firing line-up or whatever? That isn’t a standard? Alright, so Hendo will be there and he will wear the match pack, and there is no reason to worry.
“It was a major alleviation that the injury isn’t as genuine as we previously suspected. He merits [to lift the trophy] for what he did in the most recent years. Yet, life is as is life. On the off chance that he would have had medical procedure and been in clinic, at that point it would have been troublesome. Be that as it may, he isn’t. His recovery begins quickly, he will be fine in half a month.
“We will discover an answer where we can show the regard he merits. They [the players] all need that, coincidentally. They need him to be there.
“That was one of the principal things I heard after we won the alliance. Virgil [Van Dijk] disclosed to Hendo he could do ‘the mix’ once more! I don’t know whether he will have the option to do the mix now, however that is the littlest issue of all!”
Henderson’s ascent as Liverpool captain has been surprising. Having needed to battle for acknowledgment in the early long stretches of his Reds vocation, he has now captained the side to European, World and Premier League magnificence, putting his name close by a portion of the unsurpassed legends at Anfield.
“He is completely,” Klopp said. “He is the main commander I had here at Liverpool, and I am glad this was choice was made before I came in.
“It’s consistently a similar route throughout everyday life, individuals need to develop in new jobs. He needed. It was the most troublesome activity you can have. After Stevie [Gerrard], whatever way the individual carrying out the responsibility did it, it would have been troublesome.
“Hendo developed in that job, and now he is most likely a good example for the up and coming age of Liverpool captains. That is totally incredible and it is ideal to be a piece of this turn of events.
“He turned into a man, age-wise, and he turned into a legitimate commander. That is actually how it ought to be, and on head of that he improved. He was consistently a decent player, however he made enormous strides in his game too.
“Furthermore, when you are greatly under tension from outside, with huge desires, that isn’t anything but difficult to do. He accomplished that, and after his profession when he thinks back, there are a ton of reasons why he ought to be glad.”