Henderson’s return could see him drafted straight back into the starting lineup for Saturday’s trip to Brighton, with midfield options slim amid a busy schedule.
There is still no sign of Thiago, however, with the Spaniard still recovering from a knee injury.
But with Henderson and Fabinho now both available injury, Klopp’s options are increased significantly in both defence and midfield.
Gini Wijnaldum was substituted on the hour in Wednesday night’s 2-0 loss to Atalanta, preserving the Dutchman to an extent, and it could be that him and Henderson are deployed as a two-man midfield at the Amex.
Curtis Jones is another option, though James Milner is expected to make his third consecutive start for the Reds at right-back, rather than in the middle of the park.