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Harvey Elliott vows to ‘give everything’ to return ASAP in emotional first post since Liverpool star’s horror injury


HARVEY ELLIOTT has revealed his DEVASTATION after dislocating his ankle in opposition to Leeds on Sunday.

The 18-year-old has compelled his approach into the Liverpool facet in latest weeks however a problem from Pascal Struijk resulted in Elliott being rushed to hospital.

Harvey Elliott thanked followers for his or her assist in his first social media post since his injury in opposition to Leeds

From there he posted a photograph exhibiting him giving the thumbs up whereas thanking followers for his or her assist.

He has now expressed that sentiment as soon as once more in a message to Reds and the broader soccer neighborhood.

Elliott wrote on Instagram: “I’m in fact completely devastated with what occurred yesterday at Leeds, however (I) have been completely overwhelmed by the love and assist proven to me by the complete soccer world following the injury.

“Thank you so much to everyone who has reached out or sent messages to me and my family, it means so much to us.

“Also an enormous thanks to everybody inside Elland Road for the reception you gave me instantly after it occurred.

“I’m now absolutely centered on my restoration and can give all the pieces in my rehabilitation to be again on the market as quickly as I can. I do know I’ve an unimaginable assist community behind me at Liverpool and collectively we are going to get by means of this.

“To the entire Liverpool followers, your assist means the world to me. I’m one among you and I can’t wait to be again sooner, fitter and stronger to assist the crew in the longer term.

“You’ll Never Walk Alone!”

The Elland Road trustworthy clapped Elliott as he was carried off the pitch on a stretcher, and the teenager was cognisant sufficient to return their applause.

Early indicators recommended the injury was a really unhealthy one, so Elliott and Jurgen Klopp could also be a bit of relieved the ankle is dislocated, slightly than damaged.

But that’s little comfort for Elliott after his latest string of spectacular performances – he was even named in the beginning line-up forward of Jordan Henderson in opposition to Leeds because of his good kind.

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