An updated list of all the Liverpool players going away for international duty

All the stars of football will be traveling around the world to represent their countries.

Northern Ireland v Kosovo: UEFA Nations League - League Path Group 2
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We have reached the most recent International break in the football world. This comes at a good time for Liverpool as it will allow another few weeks of rest and recovery for a lot of their beleaguered and injured stars.

However, in a side as talented as Liverpool, it is inevitable that the majority of the Starting XI will be called up to their respective national teams.

There are a handful of players though that have been confirmed they will not be traveling out and instead will stay behind to rest and recover.

The big names staying behind are Darwin Nunez, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Thiago, Alisson, Mohamed Salah and Diogo Jota. Salah and Nunez staying is a relief to hear as they have both been pushed to the limit in recent weeks.

Most of those names are not a surprise, but Salah, who has started the last two matches for Liverpool, staying behind is an interesting development.

Let's take a look at the Liverpool players to follow over the this international period.

Goalkeepers: Caoimhin Kelleher (Republic of Ireland)

Defenders: Ibrahima Konate (France), Kostas Tsimikas (Greece), Conor Bradley (Northern Ireland), Joe Gomez (England), Virgil van Dijk (Netherlands), Andy Robertson (Scotland), Jarell Quansah (England U21)

Midfielders: Dominik Szoboszlai (Hungary), Alexis Mac Allister (Argentina), Wataru Endo (Japan), Ryan Gravenberch (Netherlands), Harvey Elliott (England U21)

Forwards: Luis Diaz (Colombia), Cody Gakpo (Netherlands)

It's interesting to see Gravenberch getting a call up as he has not featured for Liverpool since the League Cup Final. As ever, the biggest concern will be getting all of these guys back to Anfield in one piece and recharged ready to attack the final stretch of the season.

Rush the Kop will be keeping you updated on how all of the Reds are doing with their nations as we want to see them play well.