Jurgen Klopp has accused Sergio Ramos of giving Alisson a concussion during Liverpool’s visit to Leicester.
The 25-year-old Brazilian performed an excellent impersonation of Loris Karius midway through the second half to gift the hosts a goal.
However, medical ‘experts’ have confirmed that the £67million keeper was severely concussed when he attempted a Cruyff turn under pressure in his own box instead of just belting it long.
Liverpool’s management have pointed the finger squarely at Real Madrid’s captain, despite literally hundreds of witnesses confirming that Ramos was in Spain at the time.
Rather than admitting his marquee signing royally f**ked up, Klopp believes Ramos elbowed Alisson when everybody in the stadium (and all the cameramen) weren’t looking.
The club’s unofficial spokesman, Lee Satchell, spoke to the media after the game: “Disgusting from Ramos, isn’t it?
“First he knocked seven bells out of Karius, now he’s brutally assaulted Alisson… somehow.
“And he definitely battered Mignolet in summer of 2013 or whenever it was we signed him.
“Some people are spreading vicious lies that Alisson isn’t as good with his feet as he thinks he is but they obviously don’t know what it feels like to be incredibly concussed.
“What I want to know is, when are they going to put Ramos in prison?”
In other news, Karius has been admitted to a Turkish hospital after giving himself a hernia through uncontrollable laughter.
More on this fake news as it develops…
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