Andy Robertson joined up with his new team mates for the first time at Melwood today, while Emre Can also returned to full first team training with the group as Jurgen Klopp continued his preparations ahead of the upcoming training camp in Germany.

Scottish international Robertson was confirmed as Liverpool’s third summer signing last Friday after completing a move from Hull City in a deal worth an initial £8 million, rising up to £10 million with add-ons.

READ MORE: Why Andy Robertson could be a great piece of business for Liverpool

Robertson is in line to make his debut this weekend as Liverpool play Hertha Berlin on Saturday before competing in the Audi Cup in Munich next week, with James Milner’s fitness being managed after coming off due to muscular discomfort during Liverpool’s Premier League Asia Trophy victory against Leicester.

Sadio Mané also made his long-awaited return to full team training after recovering from a knee injury sustained in the Merseyside Derby victory at Anfield last season.

READ MORE: Klopp excited to have Mané available again

Meanwhile, Emre Can was the final first team member to return, following his extended break after having featured in Germany’s 2017 Confederations Cup triumph in Russia this summer.

Anfield HQ reported that the midfielder had verbally agreed a new contract and while there has not yet been any official confirmation, Klopp insists that Can will not be sold and that talks have been positive so far.

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