The manager watched on as his squad trained at the AXA Training Centre on Tuesday, one that was bolstered by a number of returning faces – much to his delight, and ours!
Salah has been sidelined with a hamstring strain since mid-January, missing the last eight Liverpool games due to his international commitments and subsequently his injury.
Prior to the match against Burnley, Klopp had revealed there were hopes Salah would be involved in “parts of training” prior to the trip to Brentford, and that he was involved on Tuesday is significant.
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Conor Bradley also made his return to training following his time in Northern Ireland to mourn the passing of his father.
The latter is recovering from a reoccurrence of his hamstring injury, while the former was subbed off at half time in the win over Burnley after an issue with the same knee that kept him sidelined previously.
Liverpool have less than four days until they are back on the pitch, with Brentford awaiting in the 12.30pm (GMT) kickoff on Saturday – and it could well mark the return of Salah!