"(Salah is) not sure 100 percent", Klopp said, according to Lyall Thomas of Sky Sports.
Manchester City will go with an attacking lineup and only three defenders as they try to overturn a 3-0 deficit in the Champions League quarterfinal second leg against Liverpool on Tuesday night. "Then we have to wait for the reaction, until tomorrow, and then we will make a decision".
Salah and his Liverpool team-mates travelled to Manchester with a healthy three-goal lead after last week's enthralling first-leg at Anfield, but Gabriel Jesus's opening goal after just two minutes had a Jurgen Klopp rather anxious.
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"The guys who were on the bench at Everton - Ox, Bobby and Trent from the first-team squad - for them, it was good not to play too long".
This season, the devastating trident have scored 77 goals between themselves in all competitions, while also registering a commendable 30 assists collectively in all competitions. They are fine, they were fine when I left Melwood yesterday.
"That is not in the best place". "[He is receiving] treatment and we're still hoping it will be a little bit quicker than maybe we thought in the first moment".
And with Dutch centre-back Virgil Van Dijk also in their ranks, the team is starting to look the strongest it has been in years.