Liverpool had their first morning of training in Boston on day 1 of their US tour on Monday, with the Reds’ World Cup players back among the squad.
The players were put through their paces by Ryland Morgans, the club’s head of fitness and conditioning, including taking part in a beep test.
Manager Brendan Rodgers was not in attendance, suffering from a virus and advised to stay away on doctor’s advise.
Another absentee was midfielder Emre Can. The German suffered an injury in the early stages of the friendly at Preston on Saturday. He’s travelled with the squad but missed Monday’s session.
One player who will be joining the squad is French forward Loic Remy, he flew to Boston on Monday ready to undergo a medical ahead of a £8 million move.
England players Steven Gerrard – who announced his retirement from international football on Monday – Glen Johnson, Daniel Sturridge, Raheem Sterling and Jordan Henderson were joined by new signing Adam Lallana:
Fabio Borini has travelled to America with the squad despite a £14 million fee having been agreed with Sunderland:
Goalkeeper Pepe Reina was back training with the club for the first time in a year after his season loan to Napoli. He is yet to make his move away from Anfield permanent and his future remains in question:
New signing Lazar Markovic took part and wore squad number 50, the number which he has worn at previous clubs Benfica and Partizan: