16 Liverpool players head off on International duty

16 Liverpool players head off on International duty

The majority of Liverpool's first team squad is involved in the upcoming International fixtures.

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With the bulk of his squad involved in two International games over the next 10 days, Jurgen Klopp will be hoping his players come back without injury.

With the first of two rounds of International matches just around the corner, 'LFC - Back on Our Perch' details which members of the first team squad are involved, and where they are playing.


Alisson Becker (Brazil) - Alisson will once again be racking up the miles as he travels to South America, where he is likely to start for Brazil against Venezuela (13th October) and Uruguay (18th October).



Virgil Van Dijk (Netherlands) - Reds Captain Van Dijk is staying relatively local, with games against France (13th October) and Greece (16th October).

Andy Robertson (Scotland) - The Liverpool left-back is another one who is staying in Europe, with games against Spain (12th October) and France (17th October).

Kostas Tmisikas (Greece) - The 'Greek Scouser' travels to Ireland (13th December), before facing off against Van Dijk's Netherlands (16th October).

Ibrahima Konate (France) - Konate will face fellow centre-back Van Dijk and his Netherlands team (13th October), before facing Andy Robertson's Scotland (17th October).

Trent Alexander-Arnold (England) - Trent has been picked as a midfielder in England's latest squad, though he may find game time difficult to comeby as England face Australia (13th October) and Italy (17th October).

Jarell Quansah (England Under-21s) - A first Under-21 International call up for our young centre-back, with games against Serbia (12th October) and Ukraine (16th October).



Alexis Mac Allister (Argentina) - Another LFC player who will rack up lots of air miles, Mac Allister's Argentina face Paraguay (13th October) and then Peru (18th October).

Wataru Endo (Japan) - Endo wil play two games in his native Japan, first against Canada (13th October) and then Tunisia (17th October).

Harvey Elliott (Englan Under-21s) - Elliott will join Liverpool teammate Quansah with games against Serbia (12th October) and Ukraine (16th October).

Dominik Szoboszlai (Hungary) - Liverpool new dynamic midfielder will once again Captain Hungary with games against Serbia (14th October) and Lithuania (17th October).



Luis Diaz (Columbia) - Diaz will come face to face with Reds teammate Darwin Nunez has Columbia face Uruguay (12th October), before visiting Ecuador (18th October).

Diogo Jota (Portugal) - Jota will be looking to put his recent red card for Liverpool behind him, with games against Solvakia (13th October) and Bosnia (16th October).

Mohamad Salah (Egpyt) - With Egypt already qualified for the next AFCON, Salah has two friendly matches in the form of Zambia (12th October) and Algeria (16th October).

Darwin Nunez (Uruguay) - It's an all Liverpool affair for Nunez, as first he takes on Luis Diaz's Columbia (12th October), and then Alisson's Brazil (18th October).

Ben Doak (Scotland Under-21s) - Doak will be looking to get more minutes under his belt, with two games against Hungary (13th October) and Malta (17th October).

16 Liverpool players head off on International duty

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Peter Farrell

Lifelong fan with a passion for all things Liverpool. First memory of football is watching John Barnes score a dramatic last minute equaliser in the FA Cup when he was 4. Feels lucky to be a part of the 'Klopp' era.

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