Liverpool and Arsenal target ruled out of football indefinitely


Liverpool and Arsenal target ruled out of football indefinitely

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Borussia Dormtund midfielder Mario Goetze has been ruled out of football because of ‘metabolic disturbances’ in his body, the German club reported.

Goetze has been on Arsenal’s and Liverpool’s radar for a while but his current health problem is likely to put further talks on hold for now. His current diagnosis was prompted by persistent muscular problems which have limited his playing time to just 24 minutes in 2017.

“He has continually suffered with muscular problems in the past few months, prompting a comprehensive internal investigation into the possible causes.” the club stated.

“Those investigations revealed the player has metabolic disturbances, rendering it absolutely necessary to withdraw him from team training for the time being.”

Metabolic disorders are genetic conditions which cause enzyme deficiency. There are hundreds of different types of metabolic disorders and their symptoms, treatment and prognosis vary widely. Goetze however feels confident that he will return soon.

“I’m currently undergoing treatment and will do everything in my power to be back in training and helping my team to achieve our common goals as soon as possible.” he said.

The 24-year-old scored the extra-time winning goal against Argentina in the 2014 World Cup final. He transferred back to Borussia Dortmund after spending three fruitful years at Bayern Munich and has been since linked with reuniting with his ex-manager Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool.



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Premier League 2017/18

# Team P GD Pts
1 Manchester City FC 30 65 81
2 Manchester United FC 30 35 65
3 Liverpool FC 31 39 63
4 Tottenham Hotspur FC 30 34 61
5 Chelsea FC 30 25 56
6 Arsenal FC 30 14 48
7 Burnley FC 30 1 43
8 Leicester City FC 30 2 40
9 Everton FC 31 -13 40
10 AFC Bournemouth 31 -12 36
11 Watford FC 31 -16 36
12 Brighton & Hove Albion 30 -12 34
13 Newcastle United FC 30 -10 32
14 Swansea City FC 30 -17 31
15 Huddersfield Town 31 -27 31
16 Crystal Palace FC 31 -18 30
17 West Ham United FC 30 -21 30
18 Southampton FC 30 -15 28
19 Stoke City FC 31 -29 27
20 West Bromwich Albion FC 31 -25 20