While Alisson seems set to go back liverpool will earn a call about Joel Matip before Sunday’s trip along with the fitness of Mohamed Salah to Manchester United.
Salah, the Egypt ahead, injured his ankle at the last match before the break at Liverpool’s 2-1 win over Leicester. The, matip, has been out since last month’s 1-0 win at Sheffield United.
Klopp refused to confirm whether the injured duo would be back to the visit to Old Trafford, but provided a positive update on the fitness of goalkeeper Alisson, who has been out since August.
Speaking to Sky Sports News, Klopp said:”Alisson looks completely fine and the others had sessions. Two sessions to proceed and we’ll see.
“We might have to see just how we deal with that situation. So far everything is good but nevertheless two sessions ahead of time.”
Asked for an accident update about the trio in his news conference, Klopp added:”They are doing better. How good we must see. There is two more sessions ahead. We must make decisions and that is how it is. Nothing is fixed yet.”
Wondering just how much he enjoys these events, he explained:”Plenty! It is the salt in the soup. Would really like to prepare this game using a week. But we have an international break – identical for both teams.
“The players in the worldwide responsibility they came back healthy which is very important. So we have three or four times together with the full group to prepare that is a little bit comfortable. I love it.”
Liverpool can equivalent Manchester City’s run of 18 consecutive wins in the league . In order to accomplish this, Klopp will need to win at Old Trafford – .
“I would not have known we have never won there since I’ve been here since I do not think about these things,” said Kloppsaid
“Let’s try at least for the first time and if we can’t win then let us function in the greatest way possible. Then congratulations if they beat us then.
“We aren’t nervous because of this winning streak and the history we could create,” he further added. “We’re extremely comfy and very ambitious too.”