The midfielder has missed Liverpool’s last two matches after suffering a setback upon his return from a long-term thigh issue.
However, he will step up his comeback on Friday, although he’s likely to sit out Sunday’s visit of Tottenham Hotspur to Anfield.
Jürgen Klopp told his pre-match press conference: “Adam trains today completely normally.
“In an ideal world, he should not be involved for the weekend because, as we all know, there are real different stages – being fit, able to train and then being match-fit.
“Adam was not out too long, and if you want had the longest pre-season of all of us with the injury he had, so it will not be long.
“If nobody is injured or whatever, it’s better for Adam that he can train for the next 10 days until the Southampton game and then he should be ready for sure.”