Lallana return the best news Liverpool could get - Klopp

Lallana return the best news Liverpool could get - Klopp

Jurgen Klopp has hailed the impending return of
midfielder Adam Lallana as the "best news"
Liverpool could receive.
Lallana has been out of action with a hip injury
sustained on international duty with England for the
last month, but he could be back in the Liverpool
squad for their Premier League game at Watford on
Monday.
The 28-year-old has been one of Liverpool's most
effective players this season, scoring seven league
goals and providing seven assists, but Klopp hinted
Lallana will not be fit enough to start at Vicarage
Road.
"I saw his last four rehab sessions and he looked
really good," Klopp told reporters.
"In the end, it's a difference from that to first-team
training but it's wonderful to have him back. In our
situation, to have a player back from injury, it's
great.
"You have to think about whether he could start
and whether he is ready for 45 minutes or more. If
not then he cannot start because we cannot make
the first change in the first half.
"We'll see how he is but it's the best news we
could get."
Klopp may also have Daniel Sturridge available,
with the striker having missed the 2-1 loss to
Crystal Palace last time out, as Lallana's fellow
England international continues to battle injuries.
"We have to see," said Klopp. "He played twice and
then had a little setback.
"Now he is back in training. I have to see how they
look on the pitch but it's good to have them back."

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