Two Liverpool footballer came back to training after an injury

Liverpool footballers Joe Gomez and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain came back to training after an injury, and they will be ready to help the Merseyside club after this international break. It is excellent news for the English club as they have a difficult calendar and Klopp needs players for the rotation.

Both footballers played regularly in the starting line-up, and their return is significant for the Reds. Oxlade-Chamberlain joined Liverpool from Arsenal in 2017 with a €38m deal. Last campaign, he played 46 games, scored five goals and made eight assists in all tournament.

Alex has contracted with the Merseyside club until 2022, and his release clause is nearly €40m. Gomez joined the English club from Charlton in 2015 with a €5m deal. In this season, he already made 18 appearances in all competition, which is a good result for the defender.

Joe has contracted with the Reds until 2022 and his release clause is nearly €35m. Both footballers are a regular member of the Three Lions squad and also helped them to reach the UEFA Nations League semi-final which is already a big success for them.

Liverpool have a fantastic result in the Premier League as they are leading the table and have a big chance to win the competition. Merseyside club also reached the Champions League quarter-final and they have to face Porto in April. Reds linked with several footballers like Eintracht Frankfurt centre-forward Luka Jovic, Real Madrid attacker Isco, Napoli midfielder Piotr Zielinski, Ajax centre-back Matthijs de Ligt and Leicester City defender Ben Chilwell.