Liverpool midfielder Gini Wijnaldum is set to undergo a scan on Wednesday to determine the extent of his hamstring injury.

The Dutch international has returned to Melwood after limping off during the Netherlands’ 1-0 defeat to France in Amsterdam on Monday night.

Wijnaldum complained of discomfort in his right hamstring and is a major doubt for next Monday’s Premier League clash with Manchester United at Anfield.

Dejan Lovren and Nathaniel Clyne are expected to be fit for the visit of Jose Mourinho’s side having made good progress since picking up knocks in the win at Swansea prior to the international break.

However, Adam Lallana’s groin injury remains a source of concern for Reds boss Jurgen Klopp. Liverpool still retain hope that Lallana will be able to feature against United but he has yet to return to full training.

Most of Liverpool’s internationals will be back at Melwood on Wednesday but Brazilian duo Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino aren’t expected to rejoin their clubmates until Thursday.

They will embark on a 5,000-mile journey home from their World Cup qualifier in Venezuela which kicks off at 1.30am on Wednesday UK time.

Source: Liverpool Echo

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