Dortmund's Nuri Sahin speaks about his Liverpool spell

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Borussia Dortmund midfielder Nuri Sahin has spoken about his time at Liverpool.

The Turkish international joined the Red’s on loan from Real Madrid however, Sahin departed midway though the season after falling out with Brendan Rodgers.

In previous interviews Sahin stated that he was unhappy at being played out of position. The midfielder playmaker still however has allot of respect for Liverpool and has said that he enjoyed his time at the club.

“I was only there for three and a half, four months,” Sahin told Sport1.

“It was a short but very nice time. I cannot say anything bad about this club. It was my desire to go back to Borussia.”

Dortmund take on Liverpool in the Europa League tomorrow evening at the Signal Iduna Park. The Bundesliga side go into the game in great form having won 15 of their 17 games in 2016 – drawing the other two.

Sahin has struggled with injuries this season and has made just six appearances for Dortmund this season.

The Bundesliga giants have been handed a major boost following Ilkay Gundogan’s return to first team training. Captain Mats Hummels and centre back Sokratis Papastathopoulos also returned to training after sitting out Saturday’s win over Werder Bremen.

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