Jurgen Klopp has warned his Liverpool stars they will be subjected to triple training sessions when they return for pre-season preparations later in the year.
The German is preparing his side for their final Barclays Premier League match before the Europa League final next Wednesday.
But with many of his stars heading to the European Championship, Klopp has revealed he plans to increase the number of sessions for those who arrive back late for pre-season after internmational duty in France.
Klopp said: “It’s triple training sessions, of course.
“I’m really looking forward to pre-season. The problem with pre-season is that for the first three weeks we have 15 players who will have been away at the European Championship and we also have to see how the squad is changing.
“On another planet we would have six weeks together where we train because in this league it is the only time when you can only train.
“In all of the (pre-season) games we will play we will play out full training. So if we play our best in pre-season then I’ve done something completely wrong.
“It’s another session, it’s not about beating our opponents. I don’t care about how big the opponent is we will say nothing about the situation.”