Liverpool's final Premier League game of the season is a target for Adam Lallana's return from injury.
The midfielder has not featured for the Reds since sustaining a hamstring issue after coming on as a substitute against Crystal Palace on the final day of March.
Lallana’s ongoing rehabilitation is continuing at Melwood – and Jürgen Klopp is hopeful that the Englishman could be on the pitch again before the end of the campaign.
“Adam is here doing his fitness work. He’s not injured anymore but he’s not fit yet. We hope still that one or two games might be possible for him. We will see,” said the manager.
“There is no chance for the weekend, no chance for Wednesday and then it could be difficult [for Chelsea]. Maybe possible for Brighton for Adam. We have to see.”
The boss also provided an update on Emre Can, who has been sidelined with a back problem since the Anfield win over Watford on March 17.
Klopp said: “Emre is a little bit further away. His rehab is improving a lot. It is much better, but it is quite close to the end of the season. I haven’t closed any doors on both of them. There is still a possibility.”