Mohamed Salah returned to Melwood to train with his teammates today and fans couldn't help but notice several large cracks in his car's windshield. The Egyptian was seen arriving at the training camp on Wednesday morning, ready to return to the field.
The striker has not officially kicked the ball since the Reds last took action against Atletico Madrid on March 12.
Liverpool trained in the days following the match, but quickly put an end to all the club's football operations after the outbreak of COVID-19.
Jurgen Klopp was pleased to welcome his players and coaches back to the West Derby base after a long and frustrating layoff.
The Reds are just two victories away from being champions, ending a 30-year wait for the Premier League title.
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"The sessions were perfectly organized, it's all about football.
"These are small things, getting used to the pitch, boots and ball, curves, passes, half passes, smoother passes, running, small accelerations and things like that.
"Small finishes, inappropriate filming, but small finishes, all of that.
"It looked very, very good, I must say. If someone was concerned about our fans, you don't have to – the boys are in good shape."
Klopp has been regularly checking his players throughout the block and making sure they maintain their fitness levels.
Players received specialized training programs to follow during quarantine from the comfort of their own home.
Yoga sessions via Zoom were instrumental in maintaining high spirits, although a WhatsApp group was also created for all Melwood players and employees.
Liverpool are looking forward to the chance to return to action next month, but all 20 Premier League clubs are getting their players back from their respective breaks.