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Liverpool news and transfers LIVE – Bayern Munich struck by injury blow

Video LoadingVideo UnavailableClick to playTap to playThe video will start in 8CancelPlay now  Theo Squires and the rest of the team will be with you today from 7am to ensure constant coverage of all things LFC, including news, great photos, nostalgia, live interviews and much, much more  The ECHO will also provide you with the very latest transfer news as it happens throughout the week, with every rumour and story digested and analysed each day with updates from full-time LFC reporter James Pearce, Ian Doyle and much more  There will also be all the latest team news before games, plus every one of Jurgen Klopp press conferences covered live and with video  We want you to get involved too – tell us your thoughts on what’s happening at Anfield by tweeting @LivEchoLFC or @TheoSquiresEcho Join the debate right now and get involved.11:18Theo SquiresDutch delight He showed how much he missed Joe Gomez on Twitter in the week and now Virgil van Dijk is sharing his love for Gini Wijnaldum  Can imagine he’ll be quite animated on the sidelines on Tuesday!11:06Theo SquiresKlopp praises Brewster as striker steps up return Ask and you shall receive! Here is Jurgen Klopp talking about Rhian Brewster!Jurgen Klopp laughing with Dominic Solanke while Rhian Brewster walks on crutches (Image: John Powell/Liverpool FC via Getty Images) The England Under-17s World Cup winner stepped up his recover in Marbella as he returned to training alongside fellow long-term absentee Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain  And Reds boss shared his delight with the club’s website over in Spain as he predicted great things for the striker  If you see him running, it’s good. Everything looks like it looked before. When long-injured players start training, very often you see little changes in their movements At the beginning that was the case with him as well. But now it’s good and now the steps will be much quicker, the longest part of the rehab is now over and that changed everything  The boy can go out on the pitch not only to smell it. Being around the boys and doing similar things – or even the same things – changed everything, especially for a young boy like Rhian  He grew as a person in that time and physically as well; he is a different stature when you look at him Now he is a proper man. When he got injured, he was a boy. All will be good. With a little bit of luck – which you always need – we will have a lot of fun with him Rhian Brewster of Liverpool during a training session in Marbella (Image: Photo by Andrew Powell/Liverpool FC via Getty Images) From the first day he was pretty much like that, he is a naturally confident boy He was 17 when he joined us and he spoke then like he was 20. That’s his character  Of course, with a long rehab together with Ox, you cannot have a better lead into the team than Ox because he is pretty close with everybody That helped him. He is a good friend with Rhian and being a good friend with Ox is a nice thing  He did all the rehab with us; it was only a couple of days in Dubai and maybe a couple of days in America, all the rest he did at Melwood So he probably knows all the people at Melwood much better than we do because in rehab you have long days, they are eight or nine hours The [other] players are not that long at the training ground. There is light at the end of the tunnel for him and all will be good 11:01Theo Squires’We want Brewster!’10:58Theo Squires’Sick song’ How did you spend your Valentine’s Day? This is how former Liverpool defender Glenn Hysen spent his! Looks like he enjoyed himself! Steve McMahon enjoyed it too!10:55Theo SquiresEnjoy10:54Theo SquiresJames Pearce reacts to Bayern’s win10:37Theo SquiresComan injury update10:07Theo SquiresComan injury scare While Liverpool have enjoyed a week off ahead of their clash with Bayern Munich, the Germans were in action against Augsburg last night  They ran out unconvincing 3-2 winners last night but it came at a cost as two-goal here Kingsley Coman limped off late on  The Frenchman is a doubt for Tuesday night’s game at Anfield, but with Arjen Robben already ruled out and Thomas Muller suspended the Bavarians’ attacking options are beginning to look light on the ground Kingsley Coman, Serge Gnabry and Franck Ribery (L-R) of FC Bayern Muenchen pose before a training session at the club’s Saebener Strasse training ground James Pearce was at the game last night and has the story 09:55Theo SquiresMorning! Morning Reds fans! It’s Saturday but it’s a football-free weekend for Liverpool – what are we going to do with ourselves? Fortunately there’s the small matter of Bayern Munich on the horizon and we still have plenty to talk about! Want to get involved with today’s LIVE blog? Tweet @TheoSquiresEcho or @LivEchoLFC Now let’s get started!

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