Liverpool have seen 24 players called up for internationals in September, and that is excluding four who have already pulled out.
The Reds’ 3-0 win over Aston Villa marked the end of the first block of domestic fixtures, with an untimely pause for internationals ahead.
Liverpool currently have 24 players reporting for duty with their national teams, with four players already having pulled out.
Jarell Quansah will also not be reporting for England, with him withdrawing from the U20s training camp.
From Liverpool’s first team, 16 players will be in action for their countries.
Salah is, however, only set to join his national team for their second fixture of the break – a friendly against Tunisia on September 12.
Beyond those first-team regulars, there have also been call-ups for eight other players in the academy ranks and out on loan.
Those are Luke Chambers (England U20s), Bobby Clark and Calum Scanlon (both England U19s), Jayden Danns (England U18s), Owen Beck (Wales U21s), Melkamu Frauendorf (Germany U20s), Trent Kone-Doherty (Ireland U19s) and Lewis Koumas (Wales U19s).
The September international break officially runs from September 4 to September 12, with a maximum of two matches permitted at senior level.
Liverpool’s internationals in September
Senior players: Alisson, Kelleher, Van Dijk, Robertson, Tsimikas, Endo, Bajcetic, Mac Allister, Szoboszlai, Elliott, Diaz, Gakpo, Nunez, Salah, Jota, Doak
Notable youth: Chambers, Beck, Scanlon, Clark, Frauendorf, Kone-Doherty, Koumas, Danns
Left out: Adrian, Pitaluga, Jaros, Gomez, Matip, Jones, Gravenberch*, Musialowski, Quansah
Injured: Konate, Bradley, Thiago, Alexander-Arnold
* Personal choice