Mohamed Salah to return to training after negative COVID-19 test

Mohamed Salah to return to training after negative COVID-19 test

Liverpool FC produced an impressive 3-0 victory over Leicester City at Anfield at the weekend courtesy of goals from Diogo Jota and Roberto Firmino as well as Jonny Evans' own goal.

When asked about the constant criticism he has been subject to despite his good form Mo responded "They will always criticize you, they will say you are good at this but not good enough at that". The test was negative - all the tests were negative - so, if nothing changed since yesterday, he is available. "We saw five years ago that he was an exceptional talent", Klopp said of Jones.

"Tomorrow [Monday] we have UEFA testing for the Champions League and I am pretty sure he will be in that". Virgil van Dijk and Joe Gomez are also sidelined for the long term with knee injuries.

He said: "All the rest, no news". One looks closer, the other one looks not that close, so that's how the situation is and we'll see who is available.

Most left-backs in the world would be buzzing with the news that Alexander-Arnold isn't going to be running at them and delivering the deadly crosses that we've come accustomed to seeing, but Gosens doesn't see it like that.


"They are a threat (even) without a point to prove", the German said. "He will participate in tomorrow's training with us".

While it is vital to get influential figures fit again, the Reds know how to win without them.

The Liverpool young teams have been riddled with a barrage of cases as well with 10 players and members of the team set to be in isolation after having tested positive for the disease.

"The Senegalese striker had six shots on goal during Sunday's match, and with a goal against Atalanta already to his name, I think he'll be amongst the goals again in a home victory".

Liverpool have yet to concede a goal in this season's Champions League and could keep four clean sheets in a row in the competition for the first time since March 2009.

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