Liverpool are taking it easy with youngster Stefan Bajcetic as he looks to return from injury, with a roadmap laid out for the midfielder after a season spent on the sidelines.

That’s according to journalist Diego Otero Fontan, who covers how Liverpool have cooked up a special plan with an Austrian physiotherapist to ensure Bajcetic is okay moving forwards.

They explain that Bajcetic, who was one of the revelations for the Reds last season, has been out for much of this campaign after he suffered a torn abductor in March last year.

He recovered from that but suffered a relapse and has barely been seen since, only just returning to training with Liverpool.

Fontan explains this is part of the plan at the club, with their team having worked alongside an Austrian physiotherapist on his recovery.

They want the player to be calm with his return and believe it would pose a risk for him to return early from the injury issues he’s had.

Their plan is to integrate him slowly while the player has continued to work on a schedule that has seen him gain muscle mass and improve his diet. The latter has already been noted, with Jurgen Klopp commenting on it in a recent press conference.

The mood at the moment is one of tranquillity, with all involved taking the slow road to ensure Bajcetic returns to Liverpool fully fit and able to put this frustrating year firmly behind him.