Ben Woodburn made his return to training this morning in Germany as Liverpool gear up for what Jürgen Klopp has in store for them in training.

Liverpool’s players will today take part in three training sessions as Klopp cranks up the pressure at the club’s Germany training base.

Ben Woodburn has returned to training, according to Liverpool’s official website. The youngster missed Thursday’s training exercise with a minor back issue but is now fit to resume.

After a day of comparative relaxation with the lads taking a dip in Lake Tegernsee, Friday holds three training sessions in store.

Liverpool’s first training session will consist of running drills and got underway at 8am local time.

With a break in between sessions, Liverpool will also train at 11am and 5pm. With the Reds’ first Premier League game of the season just two weeks away, Klopp is looking to get his players into peak condition.


The 2017/18 season is Klopp’s second full campaign as Liverpool manager and the German is looking to give it his all with big names being targeted this summer.

The likes of Naby Keïta and Virgil van Dijk are being pursued by the Reds but both players have proved elusive thus far.

Liverpool will play their first friendly of the German leg of the tour on Saturday with Hertha Berlin hosting the Reds at the Olympiastadion.

Following that, a game against Bayern Munich in the Audi Cup is on the cards before an unconfirmed opponent will challenge Liverpool.

Klopp will then take his side back to England for some training at Melwood before a quick trip to Dublin to face Athletic Bilbao at the Aviva Stadium.

Do you think Liverpool will be ready to face Watford on the 12th of August when the new Premier League season kicks off?

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