The German manager spoke to the media this afternoon ahead of his side’s Premier League clash with Merseyside rivals Everton tomorrow.
There are always injury doubts going into games, but those surrounding Salah make Reds fans more worried ahead of a big match tomorrow and then the second leg of the Champions League quarter final against Manchester City on Tuesday.
He limped out of Wednesday’s 3-0 win over City, with a groin injury believed to be the reason for his 53rd-minute substitution.
But Klopp has now given a more positive update on his status ahead of tomorrow’s game, saying there’s still time for him to be available:
Klopp on Salah's fitness: "We tried everything to make him available and still 23 hours to go. Let's see what happens."
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) April 6, 2018
Everton is, of course, a big game for Liverpool, but Klopp may have one eye on Manchester City in the Champions League next midweek when it comes to Salah.
Liverpool are in control of that tie, but will need all of their top players available if they’re to fight off the inevitable City rally and book their place in the semi-finals.
However, Klopp’s men are still not certain of a top four finish this term and will want to put points on the board sooner rather than later to make sure of that and Champions League qualification for next term.