- Luis Diaz has returned to Liverpool’s squad for Sunday’s match against Luton Town
- Diaz’s mother was released last weekend, but his father is still held hostage
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Luis Diaz has returned to the Liverpool squad for the first time since his parents were kidnapped in Colombia.
Diaz has been named on the bench for the game at Kenilworth Road after missing matches against Nottingham Forest and Bournemouth.
The Colombia international returned to training on Merseyside earlier this week after it emerged that both his mother and father had been kidnapped last weekend.
Government officials confirmed they had been taken by a left-wing guerrilla group considered terrorists by the US and European Union.
Diaz’s mother was released on the same night the pair were snatched from the streets of their hometown in Colombia’s La Guajira region by four armed men on motorcycles, but the search for his father continues.
Luis Diaz has returned to the Liverpool squad for the first time since the kidnapping of his parents in Colombia
More to follow.