NewsLiverpool's injury list, suspensions and availability
Read the latest information on injuries, suspensions and availability in the Liverpool men's squad.
Last updated on November 29
Thiago has been sidelined since requiring surgery on a hip issue that ruled him out of the final weeks of the 2022-23 campaign, and remains unavailable for selection.
Jürgen Klopp on November 3: "It's an ongoing thing and we cannot put any kind of pressure on there as well. We expect him to be back - and I would say probably the start of the New Year. It's now already November, so that would mean another four weeks. I would say that's probably a realistic thing to try and I can't wait, to be honest, to have him back. The player he is is just exceptional. I understand you ask, but it's nothing where we can have a week by week update because that will not change a lot in this moment."
Klopp on November 3: "We don't know [when he will be back]. With Stefan it's, again, one of these things. Stefan's quality, potential, talent, everybody could see and it's incredible - what a player - but the body was not ready yet. They are still growing these boys and they are all different; we have other players with a different, what is it, skeleton, a different body where OK that's fine and for other players it is a bit too early.
"We just have to put the break on again and just wait until that's all fine. Then Liverpool FC has a wonderful player to use, but there is absolutely no time that we can put on that and we will not. We just have to wait. He is here, he is training, he is doing his stuff, we are building his [fitness]. We know how good he is and now we have to make sure we help him to get a body to show that, and not only once but then three times a week. We will get there [and that will be] very good news for the club, [but] in the moment we cannot use him and that's all."
The goalkeeper is set for a spell on the sidelines as a result of an injury sustained during the Premier League draw at Manchester City on November 25.
Klopp on November 29: "With Ali it's a bit lesser, so we have to see - not day by day, he will not play tomorrow, not on Sunday, probably not the week after. Then it should be kind of OK."
The full-back is making progress with his recovery from injury.
Klopp on November 24: "Conor Bradley [is] completely normal in training but now he needs to play games, starting with the U21s."
Like Alisson, Jota felt an injury during the clash with City at Etihad Stadium, which the manager subsequently confirmed was 'a bit more severe'.
Klopp on November 29: "Diogo will take a little bit longer [than Alisson], we don't know exactly how long, but it's a bit more severe. We have to see."
The left-back has undergone surgery on the shoulder he injured while playing for Scotland in October and is facing a spell out.
Klopp on October 25: "Robbo had surgery and [it] all went well, as good as it could be, so the recovery starts after he wakes up. I think it happened this morning. That's it. We don't know how long it will take or whatever, but the first step is done, that's good."