Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson "is taking additional training sessions" as he struggles to disrupt Manchester United after pausing since the opening weekend of the season
- Alisson has suffered a calf injury since opening day of the season
- Brazil No. 1 is recovering even more after the international break
- The Spaniard Adrian has excelled in his absence by a free transfer
Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson pushes for a break after injury injury to Manchester United after the international break.
The Brazilian has completed additional training sessions this week in Melwood to eliminate the calf injury that has hampered him since the opening day of the season, according to ESPN.
Alisson lost in the first half of the win over Norwich in August, but recently returned to light training.
Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson is pushing for a return following an injury to Manchester United
The Brazilian No. 1 suffered a calf injury against Norwich on the opening weekend of the season
The Spaniard Adrian has excelled in his absence by a free transfer after his release by West Ham.
The shape of the 32-year-old helped Jürgen Klopp to a perfect start after the first eight games of the season and allowed the club to relieve Alisson in his recovery phase.
He is now intensifying his efforts to be fit for the trip to Old Trafford on October 20th.
Midfielders Adam Lallana and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain are said to have stayed in Melwood for additional sessions this week.
The Spaniard Adrian has excelled in the absence of Alisson by a free transfer