Liverpool and England defender Joe Gomez has returned to training following more than three weeks from action after breaking his leg.
“It is nice – Joe isn’t injured any longer and virtually match,” said Reds manager Jurgen Klopp.
“Joe was outside for 15 weeks. That’s long, so he needs to now create the basis again for the remainder of the season.”
Gomez, who’s won six global limits, has made 18 appearances in all competitions this season for Liverpool, that are high in their Premier League with over two weeks of this growing season remaining.
Klopp also said midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, yet to incorporate in 2013 due to a cruciate knee ligament injury sustained past April, can return to training soon.
“We are careful ofcourse,” added the German. “He is working, he is doing a lot and that I presume will be in training in weekly . Then he will be fine.”
Liverpool are next in action on Sunday when they sponsor Tottenham. They then visit Southampton on 5 April ahead of the first leg of their Champions League Quarter Final against Porto on 9 April at Anfield.