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- Liverpool have departed England this morning to make their way to Marbella
- Jurgen Klopp will put his side through their paces in warmer climbs
- The Reds will face Real Madrid in the Champions League final in Kiev on May 26
- Injured star Emre Can has joined the travelling party, meaning he could feature
Jurgen Klopp and his Liverpool stars have embarked on their journey to the Champions League final, by heading off to their first stop-off point of Marbella.
The Reds are heading for a warm weather training camp ahead of the crunch European final on May 26.
Klopp and co were seen leaving Liverpool John Lennon airport on Wednesday morning as they boarded a flight for the Costa del Sol.
A smiling Jurgen Klopp led his players into the airport ahead of their training trip to Marbella
The German took time to pose for photographs with fans and sign memorabilia
German midfielder Emre Can was also present among the party, despite being out injured
Star man Mohamed Salah is hoped to lead Liverpool to Champions League glory in Ukraine
Virgil van Dijk has solidified the Reds back line since his arrival, but now must keep out Madrid
A cheerful Sadio Mane was all smiles as he left the coach and headed into the airport
Young Player of the Year Trent Alexander-Arnold is hoping to show what he can do in Kiev
Midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum cut a focused figure as he made his way into the airport
The Reds loaded Champions League balls in with their luggage ahead of the European final
All the big names were present, looking calm and collected as they prepare for what is set to be the biggest fixture of their club careers to date.
A beaming Klopp was seen heading the party, stopping to pose for photographs with fans who had waited to wish him and his side well before their journey to Kiev.
An inclusion among the ranks that many thought unlikely to happen was that of midfielder Emre Can.
The Germany international has been out for several weeks with a persistent back injury, though has joined the Reds as they make their way to Spain.
Goalkeeper Danny Ward and defender Dejan Lovren made their way off the coach together
The Croatian stopped and took a moment to wave to fans who had gathered to see the team off
Danny Ings made his way inside with a coffee to warm up in the chilly morning conditions
Can has undergone a period of treatment back in his home town, and has now been passed fit enough to train with his team-mates once more.
A potential appearance in the final could well be the last for the Reds No 23, who has been continually linked with a move to Juventus in the summer once his Liverpool deal expires.
Can hasn't featured since being forced off against Watford with injury in mid-March, with subsequent lack of game time costing him a place in Germany's World Cup squad.
As part of the camp, Liverpool will be based in Marbella for four days while they work on tactics and preparation ahead of facing the current European cup holders.
Left-back Andy Robertson looks set to be one of the first names on the team-sheet for the Reds
Young striker Dominic Solanke travelled having recently scored his first goal for the club
The fit again Adam Lallana will be hoping to play some part in the showpiece event in Ukraine
Klopp took his side to Marbella as recently as February, when some warmer weather training was undertaken following a hectic festive period.
Fans who have been unable to get their hands on tickets have been given a little bit of a boost this week, with BT Sport announcing the match will be screened live via YouTube.
The broadcaster has agreed to make the final of Europe's elite competition available for all with record viewing figures expected.