Virgil van Dyck, defender of the English football team, Liverpool, has vowed to make a strong comeback, after announcing yesterday, Sunday, that he will need a knee surgery that may be absent from the stadium for several months.
Dutch Van Dyck suffered a severe injury that resulted in the cruciate ligament in the knee. After a violent interference by Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford, during the two teams’ match, on Saturday night, in the English Premier League.
We will always be with you in every step, Virgil, you will never walk alone! ❤️ https://t.co/ljenT4QqBH
Liverpool FC (@LFC_Arabic) October 19, 2020
Van Dyck said that he would seek to return as soon as possible after recovering from the surgery, adding, “Now my focus is on recovery, and I will do my best to return as quickly as possible.”
Virgil van Dijk will undergo surgery due to a knee injury suffered during Saturday’s 2-2 draw with Everton.
After the surgery, Van Dyck will begin a rehab program so that he can reach full fitness as quickly as possible.
You will come back stronger oh @VirgilvDijk 💪
Liverpool FC (@LFC_Arabic) October 18, 2020
He continued, “Despite the obvious disappointment, I am completely convinced that the opportunities lie in the difficulties, and with God’s help I will try to return better, fitter and stronger than ever.”
I wish you a speedy recovery big man pic.twitter.com/8kbK9rjy8O
– Mohamed Salah (@MoSalah) October 18, 2020
Liverpool and his teammates were keen to support him in his injury, which could take several months, which would deprive the team of its efforts for the remainder of the current season, in a strong blow to the Reds.
The comeback is always stronger than the setback…
— Jordan Henderson (@JHenderson) October 18, 2020