Trent Alexander-Arnold says he feels “match, wholesome and able to play” in Liverpool’s opening pre-season friendlies on Tuesday.
England worldwide Alexander-Arnold was dominated out of Euro 2020 after struggling a thigh harm in a warm-up match towards Austria on June 2.
He has since returned to full coaching with Liverpool and will characteristic when the Reds play back-to-back 30-minute friendlies towards Wacker Innsbruck and Stuttgart on Tuesday.
“[I’m] totally pain-free. I have been doing plenty of rehab after we had been off over the summer season with the physios and the medical employees, which was good for me,” Alexander-Arnold instructed Liverpool’s web site.
“I really feel match, I really feel wholesome and I am again in full coaching now, so it is good. It is good for me. I’ve executed fairly a couple of classes with the lads now, I really feel match sufficient to play.
“However the determination comes from the supervisor, the employees and clearly the medical employees, they should discuss and see if it is well worth the danger.
“If not, there is a sport on Friday as nicely, so whether or not it is a case of some minutes on Tuesday and play a bit extra on Friday, ease me in like that, who is aware of? Both manner, I will be able to play.”
Virgil van Dijk, Joe Gomez and Joel Matip are additionally near returning to full health after spells on the sidelines final season.
Alexander-Arnold is especially happy to see the return of Van Dijk, as Liverpool put together for his or her opening sport of the brand new Premier League season towards Norwich on August 14, stay on Sky Sports activities.
“In and across the workforce, he is such an enormous distinction for us,” stated Alexander-Arnold.
“Superb man, wonderful participant. However the impression he has on us is big, he is aware of that himself and is aware of the function he must play inside the workforce, as a frontrunner and as one of many captains.
“He is an enormous a part of the workforce and everybody is absolutely happy to see him again coaching and in and across the workforce.”