HUGE Mohamed Salah injury update as Liverpool injury news vs Brentford looks positive

There has been a significant Mohamed Salah injury update reported in today's Liverpool injury news vs Brentford - Could he finally be back?

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As fans are reluctantly refreshing the Liverpool injury news, hoping to find a positive Mohamed Salah injury revelation, they may finally be in luck. The star player who has been missing from Anfield for some time due to international duty and picking up a hamstring injury could be on his way back to brace the Premier League again.

That's right, as the departing Jurgen Klopp prepares to take on Brentford, he will want the best possible performance from his side as they sit top of the Premier League table. Brentford are a tough team to beat especially away from home but the Reds are in great form so they'll fancy their chances to snatch three points.

HUGE Mohamed Salah injury update as Liverpool injury news vs Brentford looks positive

As per Liverpool World, the Mohamed Salah injury recovery has begun, since he is back training on grass with his Reds teammates. This is exceptional to see since Klopp could do with his attacking prowess against Brentford this weekend.

Allison Becker and Joe Gomez were also spotted in training according to the report, so this is further reason for Liverpool fans to celebrate. The duo missed out last week due to illness, so it's good to see they've had a speedy recovery, particularly the goalkeeper who is the best in the world, in my opinion.

Other returnees include Conor Bradley, who was given time off for personal reasons and Ibrahima Konate, who missed the last game through suspension.

All in all, some big players have come back for Liverpool, but none bigger than Mohamed Salah. If he plays against Brentford on Saturday, the attacking play will look so much more fluid and he is bound to be hungry to get off the mark again, right where he left off.

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