Naby Keita devrait être disponible pour la rencontre de Liverpool en Premier League avec Brighton & Hove Albion à Anfield samedi, tandis que Thiago Alcantara se rapproche d'un retour à l'action. </p><div> <p>Keita a été contraint de quitter le terrain lors de la seconde moitié de la victoire 5-0 des Reds à Manchester United le week-end dernier à la suite d'un défi qui a entraîné un carton rouge pour Paul Pogba.
However, the problem was not as bad as initially feared and the No.8 returned to full training alongside his teammates.
Thiago also joined Thursday’s session as he continues to recover from a calf injury, but a knee problem will continue to prevent Fabinho from taking part in the Seagulls’ visit to Merseyside this weekend.
Jürgen Klopp said in his pre-match press conference: “Naby Keita looks good; we were all surprised, but he was obviously lucky so I think he will be ready.
“With Fabinho, it doesn’t look good, it’s a little more complicated. Not too complicated, but complicated enough to keep him out of the way again, probably. I’m still waiting for the latest news, but he wasn’t in team training yet and that’s never a good sign.
“Thiago was training as a team for the first time yesterday. We had a session where he could be part of almost the whole session, [but] that doesn’t mean he’s ready to play soccer, unfortunately.
“We’ll see what we do with him, but he’s closer than he was last week, much closer. Now we have to see what we do with it. “