Liverpool’s teenage midfielder Harvey Elliott mentioned he had been overwhelmed by the “love and help” he has acquired since dislocating his ankle in Sunday’s 3-Zero win at Leeds.
Elliott sustained the grotesque harm after a problem by Leeds defender Pascal Struijk, who was despatched off after a VAR assessment.
The 18-year-old acquired prolonged remedy on the Elland Road pitch earlier than being stretchered off, leaving gamers from each groups trying distraught.
Elliott was later discharged from a hospital in Leeds and whereas the complete severity of the injury has but to be confirmed, he’ll endure surgical procedure.
“I’m in fact completely devastated with what occurred yesterday at Leeds, however have been completely overwhelmed by the love and help proven to me by your entire soccer world following the harm,” Elliott wrote on Instagram on Monday.
“Thank you a lot to everybody who has reached out or despatched messages to me and my household, it means a lot to us.
“Also an enormous because of everybody inside Elland Road for the reception you gave me instantly after it occurred.”
Elliott had emerged as a shock first-choice for Liverpool within the early weeks of this season after spending final time period on mortgage at second-tier Blackburn.
He made his full Premier League debut in final month’s residence win in opposition to Burnley and was impressing in opposition to Leeds earlier than Struijk’s 59th minute sort out put the remainder of his season in jeopardy.
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