Liverpool’s transfer news may have been overshadowed by the activities of Man United, Chelsea and Arsenal but Jurgen Klopp has not be left out in the bolstering of his squad.
The Anfield giants returned to training last week but despite the failure of the Club to secure Naby Keita, the duo of Dominic Solanke and Mohamed Salah have started doing some fitness checks at the Melwood training ground as they prepare for the upcoming season.
Solanke swapped Chelsea for Liverpool this summer in search for first team football but he is already settling down at the Club. Chelsea will be compensated over the loss of their youth player Dominic Solanke as the fee will be set by a tribunal.
Meanwhile Liverpool’s record signing Mohamed Salah was also spotted familiarizing with his new teammates. The Egyptian joined from Roma in a Club record fee of €42m, eclipsing the £35m spent on Andy Caroll in the summer of 2011.
Sadio Mane and Jordan Henderson have also returned to the Melwood training ground. This has come as a boost for the Reds especially as Mane was fundamental to their Champions League qualification.
A report by Liverpoolecho said of Mane:
“Mane’s numbers are a little more simplistic to follow. Liverpool won two points per game last season, but just 1.58 with the Senegalese star out of the line-up.”
Salah is expected to slot into the first team of Liverpool but Solanke is unsure to starting regularly for Jurgen Klopp.