Sadio Mane hands Liverpool fitness boost after missing Premier League games

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Sadio Mane has handed Liverpool a boost after being filmed training at their Melwood base


Sadio Mane hands Liverpool fitness boost as forward proves he is edging towards first-team return after missing last two Premier League outings

  • Sadio Mane has been out of action recently after picking up a muscle tear 
  • There were concerns he would be out for a while but that now looks unlikely 
  • The forward was filmed training at Liverpool’s Melwood base as he nears fitness  

Liverpool have been given a boost after Sadio Mane was filmed working out at their Melwood training ground.

The star has been out for the last two Premier League games against West Ham and Southampton — with Liverpool winning both — after picking up a muscle tear against Wolves.

There had been concerns that Mane would spend an extended period on the sidelines with the injury.

Sadio Mane has handed Liverpool a boost after being filmed training at their Melwood base

He has missed the last two Premier League games with injury but looks ready to go again

He has missed the last two Premier League games with injury but looks ready to go again

But he uploaded a video to his Instagram story showing off the fact that he is already back on the pitch and training again.

The Senegalese forward was spotted dribbling through cones on one of the pitches and firing a shot into the back of the net.

There seemed to be no issues for Mane as he then jogged back to the start to carry out the drill again.

Mane made the decision to stay at Melwood over the Premier League winter break and work hard to come back to full fitness.

Mane uploaded a photograph of himself and Dejan Lovren at Melwood over the weekend

Mane uploaded a photograph of himself and Dejan Lovren at Melwood over the weekend

It could pay off for the 27-year-old, who might now hope to be involved when Liverpool take on Norwich on February 15.

His return would be a plus for Jurgen Klopp and his side — they will aim to win a 17th Premier League game on the trot in that clash.

Liverpool are currently 22 points clear at the top of the Premier League, having won 24 of their 25 games. 

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