Open 4 interesting things to see in Liverpool’s training ahead of the home program against Burnley this weekend.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp will lead the “Reds” at Anfield to welcome Burnley in the second leg of the season on Saturday, August 21, after the first game. Showing great form to defeat Norwich City 3-0
Klopp brought his players back to training on Tuesday. To prepare for the game this weekend and here are 4 things Liverpool’s training.
1. Robertson’s comeback
It is good news for followers of “The Kop” when Andy Robertson, the left-back attacked. Started training Despite appearing to be seriously injured in the warm-up game against Athletic Bilbao
At first it was expected that the Scottish star will be out for several weeks. But it’s unbelievable that he returned to practice faster than expected. by coming down and running which is a good sign
Robertson is expected to return to the field to help the agency. After the national team game program in September
2. Young Gordon do impressive work
Cade Gordon, 16, played in a friendly against Aston Villa on Sunday. And the results were in the eyes of Klopp.
Gordon moved from Derby County to the Reds earlier this year. after refusing to sign a professional contract with “Sheep Khao Lek” because they want to play in Anfield.
Klopp has drawn Gordon to first-team training and believes he has a bright future ahead of him.
3. Shaqiri is gone
One of the Liverpool players whose future is still uncertain is Switzerland winger Xherdan Shaqiri. which is expected to be sold before the market closes this summer
The Swiss star hasn’t been given the opportunity to play much throughout the past. He made just 14 league appearances last season and has only started five of those games, and his contract with the team will expire next summer.
Shaqiri was not named in the win over Norwich and was not involved in training. It is believed that it will move to Olympique Lyon soon.
4. Three midfielders have a chance to duel Burnley
Jordan Henderson, Thiago Alcantara and Liverpool midfielder Curtis Jones were all absent from the opening game of the season. because he had just recovered
However, all three have returned to full training. Giving the opportunity to help the team in the game against Burnley this Saturday