Jurgen Klopp facing difficulty in planning ‘ pre-season’.
The Reds finished third last season behind Manchester City and Manchester United.
First-team player injuries like Van Dijk and Gomez has returned to training with the team which gives a boost to Jurgen Klopp.
The Merseyside club heads to Austria for the training camp.
Klopp said: “The planning of the pre-season was incredibly difficult.
“So we stay now for around about four weeks away and this is really, really strange.
“It’s clear they have a similar situation but it’s a preparation after a season for a short period.
“We prepare after a long break for a long season. So the training will be really intense from a specific point of view.
“It’s now already intense for the situation they are in. So we have to be creative and everybody is responsible for keeping the mood up. I never experienced a situation like that – 28 days is really long. But it’s good as well.
“We have enough time to train, we have enough time to talk and when the players from the Euros or the Copa [America] come back we are hopefully able to bring them in without quarantine and these kinds of things. That was all important.
“That we can be together in the bubble, fly as a bubble together to England [so] that we don’t have to get quarantined there and all these things.
“It’s a tricky situation, but that’s the reason why we are away for quite a while.”