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Liverpool face Melwood uncertainty as injured quartet forced into unprecedented recovery plans

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Liverpool are yet to decide when they will return to training following the latest government guidelines this week.

The Reds decided to suspend activity at Melwood but players were given individual training regimes during the suspension period and the club have been checking in with the squad regularly.

However, several players carrying injuries permitted to use the facilities during the shutdown.

That included goalkeeper Alisson Becker who was working with what had been a skeleton staff at Melwood. Xherdan Shaqiri, Nathaniel Clyne and Yasser Larouci were the other three that were permitted to visit Melwood.

Like Alisson, the trio of Reds players will continue their recovery from home as they aim to get fully fit in time.

No new date has been set on when the squad will be able to go back to training as the uncertainty COVID-19 continues across the planet, according to Liverpool ECHO.

Source: Liverpool ECHO.

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