Naby Keita’s season with Liverpool is over, according to reports.
The midfielder had to be subbed after 21 minutes in the Camp Nou last night and was replaced by Jordan Henderson, after injuring his groin.
Keita took a heavy tackle from Barca’s Ivan Rakitic and then five minutes later he had to come off in the 3-0 defeat.
French outlet Foot224 have reported that Keita suffered an adductor injury and will be looking at three to four weeks out and now the Daily Mirror’s David Maddock says Keita’s debut season in England is over
Liverpool still assessing Keita, but injury doesn’t look good. Small adductor tear, a muscle in the groin, will likely be out for a month. So #LFC season over.
— David Maddock (@MaddockMirror) May 2, 2019
The £50million signing last summer has found his feet at Anfield and had started the last four Premier League games in a row, as well as both first legs against Porto and first leg against Barcelona in the Champions League.
Keita is in line to play with the national team set to partake in the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations, which runs from June 21 to July 19.