24th April 2017
A timely return for Adam Lallana at Watford next Monday would be a ‘massive’ boost for Liverpool, according to Ragnar Klavan.
The England international stepped up his recovery from a thigh injury out on the Melwood training pitches last week, with the trip to Vicarage Road the target for his comeback.
Lallana has not featured for the Reds since the draw with Manchester City on March 19 and, once ready, would be a welcome addition to the options available for Jürgen Klopp.
“It could be massive,” Klavan told Liverpoolfc.com this afternoon. “Every player who comes back is needed for us and gives us more options in the squad.
“His pace and capacity in the game is really vital for us. He is a really good player and a really good person. He helps us a lot, especially with four hard games to go.”