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Smiling Coutinho back with Liverpool - Pics

Coutinho all smiles during first full training session with Liverpool - Pics

September 7, 2017 By Oscar Rojas
The Brazilian ace also had a conversation with Jürgen Klopp following his return from International duty with Brazil.

If Phillippe Coutinho was bummed because of his botched Barcelona move, there was no sign of that today.

The Brazilian star returned from international duty to Liverpool's training grounds at Melwood, and he was seen with a big old smile most of the time he was on the pitch. The player spent most of the time alongside Alberto Moreno, and there was no hint of dismay in his face after watching his supposed "dream move" to Barcelona flop.

Coutinho hasn't played a single minute this season, as he dealt with back problems and muscular issues prior to the international break. While some news reports claimed this to be "excuses" to force a move away from Anfield, Coutinho returned fully fit with Brazil, and is expected to make the squad that faces Man City this weekend.

Jürgen Klopp spoke about Coutinho's return with the team, sharing details about the conversation he held with the player.

Liverpool are currently 2nd in the EPL after three games, having won twice and drawn their first clash of the season. While Coutinho may not start the game against Man City, the Brazilian seems set to be included in the squad traveling to Etihad Stadium this Saturday.

Match details, result and original broadcast info

Manchester City 1 - 0 Liverpool

September 9, 2017 7:30amEtihad Stadium (Manchester)

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