Despite the campaign just ending, a host of Liverpool players are either set to depart or are already in action with their respective national teams.
The Reds finished their season in frustrating fashion as they fell to a 3-1 defeat to Real Madrid in the Champions League final on Saturday night.
The manager will be eager to wrap up most of his business before the World Cup kicks off on June 14, as it will be considerably more difficult when targets are busy in Russia.
He will also see a group of his players leave for the tournament next month, with 10 players named on provisional and final lists for their countries.
Roberto Firmino will be vying with Gabriel Jesus for a starting role for Brazil, who take on Switzerland, Costa Rica and Serbia, with Tite’s side among the favourites to win the World Cup.
Lining up opposite Firmino could be Marko Grujic, who is in the provisional Serbia squad for the tournament after a productive half-season on loan at Cardiff City.
Dejan Lovren will be looking to follow up his strong end to the season with by continuing his solid form for Croatia, who are in Group D along with Argentina, Iceland and Nigeria.
The hopes of a nation are on the injured shoulders of Mohamed Salah, as Egypt await the verdict after Sergio Ramos’ challenge on the winger in Kyiv.
Salah is heading to Spain this week for treatment, with the Egyptian FA still hopeful he can recover for their first appearance in the World Cup since 1990.
Sadio Mane will be similarly important to his country, and he headlines the Senegal squad to take on Poland, Colombia and Japan in Group H.
Both Virgil van Dijk and Georginio Wijnaldum will be disappointed to miss out on the tournament as the Netherlands failed to qualify, but they are part of Ronald Koeman’s squad for friendlies against Slovakia (May 31) and Italy (June 4).
And though Wales also didn’t make the tournament, Harry Wilson played 64 minutes in their 0-0 draw with Mexico at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena on Tuesday.
Naby Keita was invited to Kyiv to watch his new team-mates, but was unable to take up Klopp’s offer as he is with the Guinea squad for their training camp in El Jadida.
On the youth stage, Liam Millar is part of the Canada U21s squad at the Toulon Tournament, but Ovie Ejaria was forced to pull out of England U21s duty through injury.
Adam Lewis has been with the England U19s at a training camp in La Manga, as Paul Simpson prepares his side for July’s European Championship in Finland.
Finally, Elijah Dixon-Bonner was part of the England squad that reached the semi-finals of the U17 Euros on home soil this month, losing in a penalty shootout with the Netherlands, who were eventual winners.
Liverpool Players on International Duty
Senior players called up: Mignolet, Van Dijk, Lovren, Alexander-Arnold, Wijnaldum, Henderson, Lallana (standby), Keita, Grujic, Firmino, Salah, Mane, Wilson
Notable youth: Lewis, Dixon-Bonner, Millar
Not involved: Karius, Ward, Grabara, Gomez (injured), Matip (retired, injured), Klavan (injured), Robertson, Clyne, Moreno, Milner (retired), Oxlade-Chamberlain (injured), Ejaria (injured), Can, Jones, Ojo, Kent, Woodburn, Solanke, Ings, Sturridge, Awoniyi (injured), Origi, Camacho