There seem to be light at the end of the Tunnel for the Reds as the Ivorian was spotted actively participating in the training routings just before Liverpool played Rubin Kazan yesterday.
Unfortunately for Kolo Toure he’s been substituted in all of the matches that he started for the reds this season due to injury. Against Bordeaux, FC Sion and Bournemouth, he started but was substituted even before half time.
His latest injury which was against Bournemouth in the Capital One cup was confirmed by Liverpool Echo which reported thus:
“Kolo Toure suffered a hamstring strain in the 1-0 win over Bournemouth [and] it’s feared that he will be out for two to four weeks”.
It is less than two weeks and he has returned miraculously. However, his return has boosted Liverpool and provided more options for Klopp who has been managing his injury inflicted Liverpool side.
Kolo Toure’s return to action will be a massive boost to Klopp as the reds could do with some of their injured players back to action if they want to mount a serious challenge for champions league qualification as the title will be too out of reach for now.