The extent of Alisson’s injury is revealed to Liverpool after he is ruled out of the Brentford match reports that Liverpool will likely be without custodian Alisson until after the March international break, as stated by the Brazilian’s international manager. Alisson, the Reds’ first-choice goalkeeper, was substituted in favour of Caoimhin Kelleher in Saturday’s 4-1 victory away at Brentford. At the Gtech Community Stadium, additional Reds stars, including Thiago and Trent Alexander-Arnold, sustained injuries, adding to the team’s already extensive injury list.

Both Diogo Jota and Curtis Jones were substituted in the first half and are now expected to miss the Carabao Cup final on Sunday. Jota is expected to miss the majority of the remaining games of the season due to a knee injury he sustained when Christian Norgaard of Brentford landed roughly on him. Additionally, Mohamed Salah and Darwin Nunez are subjects of uncertainty, as manager Jurgen Klopp has vowed to assess the situation on a daily basis regarding both players. Concerning Alisson, however, is some unsettling information if the most recent evaluation by Brazil manager Dorival Junior is accurate.

Dorival Junior told TNT Sports Brasil (as cited in The Mail) that Alisson is unable to return for the March internationals for his country. Wembley will host Brazil’s match against England on March 23, which will be followed by Brazil’s match against Spain three days later.

In addition to long-term absentee Neymar, fellow Premier League talents Matheus Cunha and Joao Pedro are anticipated to miss the double-header. Cunha was substituted with an injury 20 minutes into Wolves’ Premier League loss to Brentford, while Joao Pedro, Brighton’s leading scorer, missed the club’s previous two contests due to a hamstring injury.

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“All the names mentioned in relation to potential call-ups are significant athletes who hold a position of prominence within their respective teams. “Indeed, they would be included on a pre-list,” Dorival Junior stated. “In particular, some players who had slightly more serious injuries, such as Alisson, Matheus Cunha, Joao Pedro and even Neymar, are totally removed from any possibility at this moment.”

The two exhibitions provide Brazil with some relief from the adversity that has accompanied their qualification for the 2026 World Cup. Interim manager Fernando Diniz was removed from charge after the Selecao suffered defeats in their final two qualifiers, against Argentina and Colombia, and now have only seven points after six games. At Brentford, Liverpool were able to manage without Alisson due to the impressive stops made by substitute Kelleher. Although the Ireland international has only appeared in four league appearances so far this season, his performance in West London earned praise from center-back Virgil van Dijk.

“I have always said that he is a custodian of international calibre,” said captain Van Dijk. “Being a second goalkeeper is extremely difficult, but there is no shame in being second to one of the best goalkeepers in the world, if not the best.”At this moment, he must take the initiative, and since everyone requires a little confidence, they should all have faith in his ability to complete the task. Everyone is in need of some external affection. “With any luck, Saturday will inspire him to continue and bring that confidence to his next contest.”

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