Luis Diaz of Colombia started working out again on Thursday after missing six months due to a knee injury.
In a match against Arsenal at the beginning of October, Diaz collided with Thomas Partey and sustained an injury. The winger practiced alone before being allowed to re-join the team on Thursday following surgery and continuing with his recovery.
Diaz used the time off to practice with Liverpool’s young teams during the international break, which hastened his rehabilitation.
The Colombian wants to join Jurgen Klopp’s team for Saturday’s match against Manchester City and support the Reds in their final 12 matches of the current campaign.
Liverpool can only compete for a top-four finish after being removed from the cup competitions and Europe; Diaz can play a significant part there, as he demonstrated last season after signing from Porto during the winter transfer window, when he was one of the team’s greatest players.