Mohamed Salah and Daniel Sturridge have both gone back to training with the first squad as the Reds prepare to ruin Manchester City’s unbeaten Premier League run.
Liverpool head coach Jürgen Klopp might be able to rely on one of his most important players during the 2017-18 campaign Salah as the Egypt international completed a full training with the rest of the squad on Wednesday, having recovered from a groin problem. The speedy forward joined the Reds from AS Roma in the summer transfer window and took no time to settle in and turn into a key player for the Merseyside club. Salah is currently Liverpool’s top scorer with 23 goals across all competitions.
Meanwhile Daniel Sturridge is also back to the first team, but has not featured in a game since the Reds’ Champions League game against Spartak Moscow back in December. The English striker has been out with sickness and then injury, which has prevented him from taking part in any games.
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However, Liverpool announced that the pair took part in the training session on Wednesday as Klopp’s men prepare for their Premier League clash against Pep Guardiola’s unbeaten City. This will be the first game of the Reds without their playmaker Philippe Coutinho, who joined Barcelona in a deal worth £142m.