Virgil van Dyck, the Liverpool star and defender, has returned to his team’s training session again after recovering from injury.
The Dutch defender severed his knee cruciate ligament last October.
Van Dyck appeared training solo, which is part of the qualification, before participating in group training with the rest of the players.
Van Dyck is unlikely to return to Liverpool for the remainder of this season’s matches.
Van Dyck, 29, joined Liverpool in early 2018 from Southampton.
Van Dyck won with Liverpool the English Premier League, the UEFA Champions League, the European Super League and the Club World Cup.
Liverpool defender Joe Gomez also returned to training again after recovering from an injury that kept him out of matches for a long period of this season.
Liverpool ranks seventh in the Premier League table with 54 points from 33 games.