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    Thursday, 9 November 2017

    Adam Lallana set to return from injury next week

    Adam Lallana is finally set to return from injury in a behind-closed-doors friendly next week 

    The midfielder suffered a thigh injury in a pre-season match against Bayern Munich, and has been ruled out since the start of the season.

    In recent the weeks Liverpool have had several fatigue issues, the likes of Philippe Coutinho Nathan Clyne Wijnaldum and Sadio Mane who returned to the team last week to face West Ham United.

    Reports from the ESPN claimed Adam Lallana is set for a welcome back to the team as he will be part of a closed-doors friendly game next week for Liverpool that will keep him warmed up.

    The news means that Sadio Mane, Philippe Coutinho and Lallana could all be back for Liverpool after the international break ends. 

    Mane has already returned for Liverpool, as he started in their 4-1 victory over West Ham on Saturday. But Liverpool are still monitoring Mane after he was called to play for Senegal during the international break, with the club keeping in contact with the Senegalese Football Federation about his fitness. 

    Coutinho has missed Liverpool's last three games through injury, but has also been selected for international duty as part of the Brazil squad.

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    Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet has said that he believes the return of the star trio could be a key spark for the Reds after having to deal without them in the team. Speaking to Liverpool's official website, he said "I think we've been a bit unfortunate with the injuries and the suspensions.

    "If you have three of those kinds of players injured at the same time then it's obviously a tough thing to deal with, but at the same time the squad's stayed calm underneath it.

    "Hopefully after the international break they will be pushing the rest of the squad forward by adding in the goals and giving us a bigger platform to go from."  

    Liverpool will face Southampton at home in the Premier League after the international break is over. 

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