Gallery: Liverpool train in Germany

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Georginio Wijnaldum and Joe Gomez at Liverpool's training camp in Germany.
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Liverpool trained in Germany for the first time today after their flight landed earlier in the day.

Andy Robertson joins his teammates on his first trip abroad as a Liverpool player after signing for the Reds last week.

Also on the trip after returning from injury are Sadio Mané and Danny Ings. Both players have been out for awhile, with the latter missing most of last season with an awful knee injury.

Emre Can meanwhile recently returned to Melwood after an extended holiday after winning the 2017 Confederation Cup with Germany during the summer.

Emre Can at Liverpool's Melwood training ground.
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Liverpool’s training camp is based in Rottach-Egern, “a picturesque town on the banks of Lake Tegernsee in Bavaria.”

“We didn’t want to be actually in Munich because we wanted a proper camp,” Klopp told the Liverpool Echo.

“When we heard we would be part of the Audi Cup we decided to stay in this place. It’s a fantastic area – maybe the most beautiful area in the whole of Germany.

“It will be a really good camp. We have fantastic games with Hertha and then the Audi Cup so it’s really exciting.

“We will try everything to become a confident, strong, powerful and tactically smart side. That’s the plan.”

Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool's training camp in Germany.
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During their short stay in Germany (just eight days), Liverpool will play three friendlies against Hertha Berlin, Bayern Munich and an unconfirmed opponent in the Audi Cup.

Have a look at the best pics from Liverpool’s training camp in Rottach-Egern. All photos are courtesy of Liverpool’s official website. All rights reserved.

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Michael Mongie
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