08 April, 2018
The 25-year-old has spent time in a hyperbaric oxygen chamber in an effort to return to full fitness ahead of the trip to Goodison Park on Saturday, live on Sky Sports Premier League, but Klopp will exercise caution with his top scorer.
Speaking at his post-match news conference, Klopp said: "I don't know in the moment".
"Conor was last year in the U-18s and is in his first year with the U-23s - (he is) still a very young lad. I will not guarantee it but it doesn't look too bad he could start", said the Reds boss.
"Probably the boys want to do it but that's a proper challenge then". "He came to the sideline and said he feels sometimes, something".
"Maybe the problem is me and it's just the way it is with the amount of good footballers there are there".
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"Being in worldwide competition should not cause you problems".
All the damage was done in the first half, with who else but Mohamed Salah opening the scoring in the 12th minute, that was his 38th goal in all competitions this season.
"Because that will be really tough [for Salah to face Everton], and probably Everton are more happy about the game [time] than we are, and that's not fair".
Liverpool's Mohamed Salah has assured club manager Juergen Klopp he's "all fine, all good" after picking up an injury during the club's UEFA Champions League clash with Manchester City on Wednesday.
Allardyce is hoping to exploit that, saying: "I think it's an advantage we could possibly take".