Liverpool release a video of Steven Gerrard in training

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Steven Gerrard returned to Liverpool training on Monday ahead of his bow for the official legends team in January.

Gerrard will play in a friendly game against an Australian legends side in Sydney and joined up with Jurgen Klopp and his old team-mates to ensure he is ready for the match. 

The club's official Twitter account released a 35-second video of the former Reds captain at Melwood and he looked to be in good shape. (see the video below)


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On a wet day in the north-west, the clip showed Gerrard taking part in a mini training game.

The 35-year-old showed a good range of passing and even linked up with Philippe Coutinho in a clever one-two before finishing past Adam Bogdan.



Klopp has said, in no uncertain terms, that the LA Galaxy midfielder will not be playing for the Reds during the MLS off-season.

But, in his press conference ahead of Wednesday evening's Capital One Cup clash with Southampton, the German claimed it was great to have him back at the club.

As per the Mirror, he said: "It's a good situation. Everybody had a smile on their face when they saw Stevie."

The 48-year-old also stated the former England international can still be influential on the training ground and in the changing room during his time back on Merseyside.

With a year still left to run on his contract in Los Angeles, it seems unlikely Gerrard will ever play for the Reds again, but he is sure to be back in some form of coaching role in the future.

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