LONDON – Premier League champions Liverpool’s captain Jordan Henderson, who suffered a left knee injury during Wednesday’s 3-1 win at Brighton, could miss the start of next season, local media reported on Thursday.

The 30-year-old midfielder scored Liverpool’s second goal in the eighth minute, but was substituted because of a collision with Yves Bissoum in the 80th minute.

“I didn’t see it back but I know it will not be nothing. We have to wait,” said Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp.

Media estimated the skipper would be out for six to eight weeks after he underwent a scan.

Henderson has scored four goals and added five assists in 30 league appearances this season.

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