Klopp will be welcoming back the likes of Coutinho, Sturridge, Origi and Skrtel back to the training and is excited at their return.
The Reds are not expected to do big business ahead of Monday’s transfer deadline, with Klopp admitting “maybe something will happen, but I don’t believe that it will. I’m not sure on the outgoing side – not 100 per cent sure – but I don’t think that something will happen on the other side.”
The German coach will, however, have more options available after Tuesday’s Premier League clash at Leicester, with Sturridge, Coutinho and Origi set to complete full sessions ahead of Saturday’s hosting of Sunderland.
“[They are] closer, close to returning to training,” Klopp told reporters at Melwood.
“Martin needs two or three days’s more time. Divock and Phil and Daniel should return to training – Daniel on Wednesday and the other two on Thursday. That’s the plan.
“And Martin, I think, at the weekend. These are our transfers… four new players for LFC! That is good for us, of course. With the really long-term injuries [to Joe Gomez and Danny Ings], nothing has changed.”