Liverpool boss Klopp makes a huge admission about Philippe Coutinho

Liverpool boss Klopp makes a huge admission about Philippe Coutinho

Coutinho (Coach's Decision) is in contention to return for Wednesday's Champions League match with Sevilla.

Coutinho, who wanted to leave Liverpool and join Barcelona over the summer, missed the start of the season due to injury and did not return for the Premier League defeat against Manchester City in an effort to work on his match fitness after playing for Brazil during the worldwide break.

Klopp said: "He is fit, he is healthy".

The Reds last major piece of silverware came during the 2011-12 season when club legend Kenny Dalglish guided a Steven Gerrard-led team to League Cup glory. Much has changed since then - Sevilla's manager for one - but nine of the Liverpool players in the squad that night are expected to be involved this time around and facing the Spanish opposition again could reopen old wounds.

Here we look at some of the talking points ahead of the game. 'If we have Simon as No1 and play the other goalkeepers not once throughout the year?

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"If they train bad they don't deserve a game, but they both train really well, they keep the level really high".

However, the defeat should be put into the context that they had matched City and were trailing only 0-1 when Sadio Mane was sent off. But this was the decision we took [to leave him out].

"Mohamed Salah missed Liverpool's training session on Tuesday afternoon due to illness", a statement from Liverpool website read.

When Jurgen Klopp arrived at Liverpool in October 2015, he said: "If we sit here in four years, I think we (will) win one title". The opportunity to make a mark in the biggest competition of all, however, is Liverpool's motivation on Wednesday night.

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