Despite reports that the brake is likely to suffer a rupture in the cruciate ligament and end the season, Liverpool are in no hurry to give information about his condition
Van Dyke at the moment of injury.
Will meet with an expert
Virgil Van Dyke will meet in the coming days with a knee injury specialist to determine with certainty that he is suffering from a tear in the cruciate ligament after being injured yesterday (Saturday) in the derby game against Everton by Topiz goalkeeper Jordan Pickford.
The Reds brake underwent footage at a local hospital in the city after the game and it appears that although he got off the pitch on his own he is suffering from a serious injury that will likely disable him until the end of the season.
Reports have suggested that the Dutchman is suffering from a tear in the cruciate ligament but Liverpool have yet to talk about the severity of the injury until a full assessment by a medical professional with whom the player will meet.
Mighty Reds coach Jürgen Klopp said today: "Virgil does not look good. He is one who usually plays even when it hurts. We do not yet know what the level of injury is but it is not good."