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Keita back from injury as Reds prepare for Porto – Liverpool FC Roundup

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With barely a breath taken, Liverpool are ready and preparing for another match – the Champions League group stage encounter with Porto.

 

Keita returns but squad to be cut

Liverpool had a massive training group of 25 players in action on Merseyside as they prepare to head to Portugal for Tuesday night’s game.

The most notable was the return of Naby Keita, with the midfielder ready for a fast comeback after a sore foot following the League Cup clash with Norwich, which saw him miss Brentford.

That boosts options in the middle of the park, where rotation may be required once more, while Neco Williams also joined the group.

Thiago and Harvey Elliott were the only absentees, both injured, and two more will be cut from the squad as the matchdays in Europe feature a maximum of 23.

 

Klopp talks Porto

  • Five keys from Klopp’s presser are right here for you as he spoke about Porto, team selections and more

 

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