Virgil van Dijk sends Liverpool fans crazy with running update at club’s training ground to spark hope of return before the season ends

Liverpool superstar Virgil van Dijk has sent the club’s fans wild with an update on his recovery from a serious knee injury, posted to social media.

Van Dijk suffered a nasty tear to the ACL on his right knee after a reckless challenge from Jordan Pickford in the first Merseyside derby of the season, which somehow went unpunished due to offside.

The centre-back, who is believed to be three weeks away from his return based off of Netherlands boss Frank de Boer’s update five weeks ago, shared a clip of himself out on the Reds’ training pitch.

Van Dijk ran across the pitch at the side’s new AXA Training Centre and posted the clip to social media with the fitting tune of Dreams by Fleetwood Mac running over the top.

The Dutchman has left the mouths of Reds fans drooping in awe with some of his training updates since the heartbreaking injury, like this montage.

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Here are just some of the replies from delighted Liverpool supporters after the post:

Liverpool need all the help they can get in order to salvage a disastrous season, by their high standards in recent years, as they’ve went from champions to struggling to quality for the Champions League.

The Reds currently sit sixth in the Premier League table and are out of Europe’s elite club competition, one they were ready to ruin forever with their European Super League plans, and face a difficult task in breaking back into the top four as Chelsea currently occupy the fourth spot and a 4-point lead.

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  1. Safiyanu Mubarak says:

    that’s fabulous

  2. Jibril cisse says:

    WOW nice too see you again you’re welcome my world best defender I really miss you

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