Photos: Liverpool signing joins Firmino and Sturridge in training ahead of Stoke clash

Sadio Mane is put through his paces alongside Liverpool duo Roberto Firmino and Daniel Sturridge

Sadio Mane took an active part in Liverpool’s training session on Friday ahead of their Premier League clash against Stoke City on Tuesday evening.

The Senegal international scored an added-time winner at Goodison Park as Mane’s strike secured a 1-0 victory over Everton in Monday night’s Merseyside derby.

Daniel Sturridge made his first Premier League appearance since a goalless draw at Southampton in November as his late effort led to Mane’s winner at Everton.

Roberto Firmino will be hoping to return to goal-scoring ways against the Potters after his recent lean spell since Philippe Coutinho’s injury.

Jurgen Klopp’s side are in second place and six points behind leaders Chelsea after 17 games in the current campaign.

Here is a round up of the best photos from Liverpool’s training session at Melwood on Friday afternoon.

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