Games are starting to come thick and fast for Liverpool now as they prepare for their return to Premier League action.
The Reds will face Southampton at Anfield on Saturday after a last-gasp victory against Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League earlier in the week.
Jurgen Klopp will be wanting to use the full depth of his squad over the next few months as fixtures continue to come at them and he could have been handed a timely injury boost.
According to Ben Dinnery, Dejan Lovren has made his return to training following a pelvic injury that has kept him out since playing for Croatia in the World Cup final.
— Ben Dinnery (@BenDinnery) September 20, 2018
The freelance injury data analyst has stated that the defender had been pictured with the group at training, although it remains to be seen when he can return to first-team duties.
The return to training for Lovren will be a huge boost to Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp as their matches start to come at them with pace.
The Reds have been able to cope rather well without him in the Premier League so far, with Joe Gomez having played some of the best football of his career to date.
However, Lovren is incredibly experienced and would be a welcomed boost in the defence, although he may find it difficult to get his place back in the side if the England international continues to perform.
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