Mohamed Salah has been pictured in full Liverpool training in a huge boost for Jurgen Klopp.
The 32-year-old was initially ruled out for a month after suffering a muscle injury while on international duty with Egypt.
Salah, however, was pictured training with the rest of his teammates on Tuesday, put through his paces at the club’s AXA training center in Kirkby.
Klopp hoped the Liverpool talisman would be back in training ahead of his side’s clash against the Bees on Saturday.
This is certainly a timely inclusion for the Reds given the games are just around the corner in the coming weeks.
Salah is the club’s top scorer this season with 18 goals in 27 appearances and has missed the last eight matches.
The Egyptian was also joined by returnees Joe Gomez and Alisson Becker, who missed out due to illness against Burnley last time out.
Talented teenager Conor Bradley was also in attendance after mourning the passing of his father.
Liverpool are currently top of the Premier League table, despite a recent defeat to Arsenal, and will face Chelsea in the Carabao Cup final on February 25.
Until then, the Reds face Brentford this weekend, and it remains to be seen whether the Egypt international will make the squad.
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