Andy Robertson has returned to the Liverpool squad for the first time since suffering a dislocated shoulder in October.

The Scotland captain picked up the knock during the defeat the Euro 2024 qualifying defeat to Spain in Seville.

And Anfield assistant boss Pep Lijnders has confirmed the defender has returned to training.

He said: "Robbo is now 13 weeks after surgery and he got clearance to train fully with the team, can make contact as the bone has healed and that’s really cool.

“I just met him in the canteen and he said, ‘Pep, I’ve brought my tracksuit with me today’. He only trained once, but he is pushing himself into the squad."

Robertson returns to the squad for the League Cup semi-final second leg against Fulham in which the Merseyside club currently have a 2-1 lead.

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Meanwhile, Scotland have booked in two further friendly matches ahead of the Euros this summer.

Steve Clarke's side are already set to take on the Netherlands and Northern Ireland in March but they will now face off against Gibraltar and Finland in early June ahead of the tournament in Germany getting underway.

Scotland will take on Gibraltar in Faro, Portugal, on Monday, June 3 before enjoying a Hampden Park send-off against Finland on Friday, June 7.

Both matches are set to be confirmed by the SFA over the next 24 hours.

Clarke revealed Scotland will base themselves in Glasgow ahead of Euro 2024 to “feel the mood of the country” ahead of the tournament in Germany.

The Scots prepared for the previous Euros at a training camp just outside of Darlington in the north east of England before playing two games at Hampden Park in between a game against England at Wembley.

Scotland begin their build-up when they take on the Netherlands and Northern Ireland in March ahead of opening the tournament against Germany in Munich on June 14.