Liverpool are waiting on further assessments on Emre Can and Joe Gomez to determine whether they will be able to play a part in the remaining three fixtures of the season.
Can has been out of action since picking up a back issue against Watford on March 17, while Gomez sustained a knock in the early stages of last weekend’s goalless Anfield draw with Stoke City.
Offering an update on the duo, Jürgen Klopp told his pre-Chelsea press conference: “We are in contact with Emre. An important day is next Monday and then we can make the decision if he starts training with us or not immediately.
“It would only be good news for the final, probably not for the last game of the season.
“Joe is still waiting for final assessment and stuff like that so we can really figure out what it is exactly. We will know about it in a few days probably, but he is not available for Chelsea.”
Elsewhere, as reported on Liverpoolfc.com on Friday morning, the Reds have no fresh injury concerns following Wednesday’s Champions League semi-final success in Rome.
Meanwhile, Adam Lallana stepped up his recovery from a hamstring injury by coming through a session on Thursday morning in Italy without any issues.
Klopp added: “As far as I know nothing else happened, so that would be really cool. They are all still fit.
“Adam trained his first real football session in Rome in the morning after the game. How Adam [always] is, he looked good, so that’s OK. I have no idea if we will use that or not, but I have to think about it. I don’t know, but it’s good.”