The Englishman played three minutes as a substitute against Crystal Palace before picking up a groin injury with England last month.
The report adds that Lallana has been training for the past three weeks and decided to rule himself out of Liverpool’s last two games to complete additional sessions.
Liverpool’s run in after the international break is a little forgiving as we play Huddersfield, Red Star Belgrade and Cardiff City before taking on Arsenal.
The 30-year-old missed a major chunk of last season with a string of injuries and his place in the starting XI isn’t a certainty.
It might be too early to throw him in the starting XI against Huddersfield, but a number of Liverpool fans were convinced Lallana would come good if he stays fit.
Will be an asset if he stays fit for the rest of the season.
— Vâishâk (@Vaishak_13) October 10, 2018
He works hard and is more creative than the other midfielders but it’s sad as he’s always injured, if we can get him fully fitted than he is a very good player.
— Dave (@WDave08) October 10, 2018
Would love to see this fella firing pure class
— PHILIP BALL (@PORTREDMAN) October 10, 2018
Good to hear, nice to have more options
— Steven Walsh (@guffy82) October 10, 2018
I declare this is Adam Lallana’s season
— Bonzar (@RajaSK3) October 10, 2018
great we need him
— MasteroftheUniverse (@swedechef) October 10, 2018
Forgot we still had him 🤦🏾♂️please stay fit this time 🙏🏾
— Perez (@Perezinhio22) October 10, 2018
Would definitely start him. Too many fickle fans forgetting what a good player he is when fit. Would bring some creativity to the midfield.
— Sufyaan (@LFC_18_5) October 10, 2018
Completely forgot he’s still our player
— Akash Chudasama (@AkashChudasama8) October 10, 2018
A fit and firing lallana doesn’t sit on the bench , mark my words
— Cossie (@Coastermagaya) October 10, 2018
If he can get fit again then he’s a great option to have on the bench. The 16/17 season he was brilliant, somebody to help Firmino set the press in the games that need it.
— Elliott (@elliott______) October 10, 2018