Diogo Jota Injury Update, Status And Return Date As He Joins Liverpool Injured Players List

Diogo Jota Injury Update, Status And Return Date As He Joins Liverpool Injured Players List

Diogo Jota was taken off on a stretcher during Liverpool’s win over Manchester City, know his injury update and return date

Which is another bad sign for the team. Liverpool won their third Premier League game of the season after Mohamed Salah scored the game’s only goal. After a VAR review of Phil Foden’s shot. Which was ruled out 14 minutes before the end, the goal was scored.

But in the last few minutes, Diogo Jota had to be carried off on a stretcher. Which was another bad sign for Jurgen Klopp’s team. When the forward tried to pass to Darwin Nunez, he fell down.

Diogo Jota Injury Update, Status, News And Return Date After He Joins Liverpool Injured Players List

What We Know About Diogo Jota Injury And How He Got It?

At first, it looked like the Portugal international  Diogo Jota had cramps, but replays show that he may have landed funny when he poked the ball through with his toe. Kostas Tsimikas took his place.

He’s already been ruled out of Liverpool’s clash against West Ham on Wednesday and looks likely to be sidelined for the impending world cup as well.

Klopp told Sky Sports: “Miss now the next one with Diogo. He had a real pain in that moment. No idea how bad it is but [if] Diogo stays down it’s not good.


“I wish I didn’t have to talk about it. There’s not a lot of contact and maybe the muscle got overstretched. Now we have to wait to see how bad it is.”

Luis Diaz, Joel Matip, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Naby Keita, Arthur Melo, and Ibrahima Konate are all injured and didn’t play in the win over Pep Guardiola’s team. They are all out for Liverpool right now.

Chris Sutton said this about Jota’s injury: “Liverpool have had a lot of injuries, but this is a nightmare.” They don’t need this, and Jota leaving on a stretcher is not a good sight. ”


Diogo José Teixeira da Silva, also known as Diogo Jota, is a Portuguese professional footballer who was born on December 4, 1996. He plays forward for Liverpool in the Premier League and for the Portugal national team.

Diogo Jota began his career with Pacos de Ferreira. In 2016, he signed with Atlético Madrid of La Liga. After two years in the Primeira Liga, he was sent on loan to FC Porto in 2016 and to Wolverhampton Wanderers in the English EFL Championship in 2017.


After helping them get into the Premier League, he reportedly joined the club for €14 million in 2018 and went on to make 131 appearances and score 44 goals for them. He joined Liverpool in 2020 for a fee that was said to be £41 million.