Jordan Henderson and Adam Lallana are going all out to get themselves fit for Liverpool’s fight for Champions League football.
The pair have travelled abroad in the hope they will benefit from a change of surroundings as they look to return to good health in time to play again before the end of the season.
Both “have flown to Miami as they look to recover from their respective issues” but there doesn’t appear to be “any medical treatment or visits planned,” according to the Liverpool Echo.
Henderson hasn’t played since the win against Tottenham on February 11 while Lallana picked up an injury during the international break that subsequently ruled him out for a month.
Liverpool suffered yet another injury setback in the win against Everton as Sadio Mane left the game with a knock that is expected to rule him out of Wednesday’s clash with Bournemouth.
All three have been key to Jurgen Klopp’s style of play and promise to be dearly missed in what will be a season-defining few weeks.
It’s time for the entire squad to have an impact on proceedings and ensure they perform when called upon. A top four spot is a must and an objective within our reach if the players can replicate the performance they put in against Everton.