Darwin Nunez and Mohamed Salah report for Liverpool training amid injury uncertainty
Source: Liverpoolecho

Mohamed Salah and Darwin Nunez have both been pictured at the AXA Training Centre as Liverpool continue their preparations for Sunday's League Cup final.

The pair both missed the Reds' 4-1 victory over Luton Town because of injury and remain doubts for the showpiece clash with Chelsea as a result. Speaking at his pre-match press conference, assistant manager Pep Lijnders confirmed that Liverpool would have to make a late decision on the attacking duo - along with midfielder Dominik Szoboszlai.

"Dom, Darwin, and Mo, we have to really see," the Dutchman said on Friday morning. "We have two more days. Today's session and tomorrow's session.

"In the last minute we will check. If they can be there it will be great, to be honest."

But despite the question marks hanging over their heads regarding their possible availability, both Salah and Nunez were pictured in good spirits at the AXA Training Centre ahead of training on Friday.

In a video released on the club's social media channels, Nunez was seen chatting with Alexis Mac Allister after arriving at the club's training base. Meanwhile, once changed into training wear, he was also spotted embracing and speaking to manager Jurgen Klopp. He would later retweet the club's picture of him at the AXA Training Centre, as well as respond to it with a waving emoji.

Meanwhile, Salah was also seen donning a beaming smile in the video, though he was not wearing the same training wear as the rest of his team-mates. Elsewhere, Szoboszlai was not spotted, though that does not mean that he was not in attendance.

It remains to be seen if any of the trio will be fit for Sunday's League Cup final as Liverpool took part in their penultimate training session before the trip to Wembley on Friday afternoon.

Elsewhere, Curtis Jones has been ruled out until the March international break, while it has been confirmed that Alisson Becker, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Diogo Jota will all remain sidelined until after the first internationals window of the year.