Meanhwhile, others have picked up knocks during matches and in training, leading to question marks surrounding selection for Sunday’s trip to Bournemouth.
Speaking in his pre-Cherries press conference on Friday, Klopp provided information regarding who is available and who is missing.
“Matip is in a good way, running outside, but he is not available for the weekend. It’s the same for Clyney,” Klopp told reporters at Melwood.
“With Daniel [Sturridge] we have to wait and see if he has improved since yesterday.
“There’s a few little things with Joe [Gomez], not from the game, which is why we left him out [against West Brom], but he should be OK.
[Andrew Robertson] had a few knocks but should be OK, and Adam is back in full and normal training.
“If nothing has changed since yesterday he will be ready for the squad, at least.
“Moreno has no chance for Sunday. I saw him yesterday on the [exercise] bike—he looked good, but not good enough yet. Simon [Mignolet] is OK again.”
Lallana’s return is, perhaps, the most positive news from the manager, with the 29-year-old making just one late cameo appearance all season, at home to Chelsea.
He was such a key player last season, often leading Liverpool‘s press and guaranteeing quality on the ball, and having him back will make competition for places even fiercer.
It is a slight surprise that Mignolet will come straight back into the team following a decent display by Loris Karius in midweek, but Klopp has confirmed that will be the case.
The Reds head to Bournemouth desperately in need of a win, following back-to-back home draws, and they should have enough to beat the hosts regardless of certain individuals being absent.