On the health of 10 players, Jürgen Klopp gives an update.


On the health of 10 players, Jürgen Klopp gives an update. After making his first appearance in the gym in over two months this week, Ibrahima Konate will be evaluated today to see whether or not he will be able to play in the match at Anfield.

Caoimhin Kelleher and Calvin Ramsay have returned to sessions, but it is likely that they will get game time with the Reds’ Under-21 team at first. Luis Diaz, Diogo Jota, and Darwin Nunez will also be evaluated following their participation in international matches. Caoimhin Kelleher and Calvin Ramsay will be evaluated.

Andy Robertson is still unable to play due to his injury, and Curtis Jones, Naby Keita, and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain are all still in the rehabilitation phase of their respective recoveries.

“I believe that Robbo, Curtis, Ox, and Naby are among those who are still receiving treatment in an outside facility. “Without a doubt, these four,” Klopp remarked at the press conference he had before the match.

“[Nunez, Diaz, and Jota], they just got back from [service] overseas. The flight was, as it typically is, somewhat lengthy. It wasn’t until Thursday morning when Luis finally arrived. I didn’t saw him yet. I have it on excellent authority that he is talented, but I won’t get to see him until much later. Darwin, you’re absolutely right, common sense after a grueling trip and game. Same for Diogo.

“Calvin is not yet ready to play, but he is ecstatic that he will be able to train immediately. That’s not a problem, that works out great. Therefore, all he needs to do right now is continue training, training, and more training, and eventually, he will probably play [for the] U21s, at which point he will be able to get a game because we play now on a consistent basis. But that’s not a problem.

“Caoimh, I think will play this weekend [for the] U21s, that he may have a game,” said the coach of the younger players. Although it is definitely not his season yet and he has been injured for a considerable amount of time, he has been looking good in training and is in excellent shape.

“And Ibou is also in need of some training. In a word, yes. It will be determined by today’s training whether or not he will play this weekend, but it’s great to have him back in action.

When directly asked about when Robertson could potentially return to competition, Klopp responded by saying, “He’s doing incredibly well. It appears that it will not be necessary for him to be sidelined for an extended period of time; you might say that he has been out for already far too long, but the fact that it is the international break has helped in this particular instance.

“It’s a fantastic indicator that he’s already out there sprinting on the field. I have no idea if it will be the following week or the week after that; I really don’t know.”