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Alisson prioritizes his recovery as 27 Liverpool players train in Austria

By Charles Cornwall

Alisson prioritizes his recovery as 27 Liverpool players train in Austria

Liverpool's second day in Austria has seen training continue as Jurgen Klopp looks to maximize the limited time he has with his squad ahead of the start of the new season.

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The German manager named 31 players for the training camp and 27 of them were pictured taking part in the second session of the camp, with Alisson in attendance. The Brazilian suffered an abdominal problem while in Thailand and the initial diagnosis was that he is expected to be fit for selection for the Community Shield title clash with Manchester City on July 30.

However, Alisson's work away from the main goalkeeping group has meant that Liam Hughes has been given the opportunity to get more replays alongside Adrian and Harvey Davies.

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And it appeared that Alisson was stepping up his recovery work away from the main group on Saturday, a squad notably lacking Roberto Firmino, Kaide Gordon, Calvin Ramsay and Fabian Mrozek, who were not pictured during the session.

The absence of Gordon and Ramsay comes as no surprise after remaining at the AXA Training Center during the tour of Asia due to their respective injuries, with their rehabilitation work to continue away from the group.

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Elsewhere, Trent Alexander-Arnold was seen with neuro11's revealing technology, which collects data during sessions, which undoubtedly saw him work on his set-piece deliveries.

The work done by the neuroscientists was praised by Klopp during last season, as he won both of his trophies thanks to a penalty shootout win.



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