There is even a chance that Fabinho could feature in the Premier League clashes with Southampton and Wolves, though Liverpool are still erring on the side of caution when it comes to an early recovery.
“He will definitely be back for the Champions League final,” Klopp told reporters on Friday.
“And [about returning] before, we will see. We don’t know, that’s it.”
Asked about Fabinho‘s mentality in this setback, Klopp praised him for “taking on the fight against time.”
“[He is] absolutely OK, Fab is a professional,” he continued.
“He was obviously not happy about it, that’s clear, but he took it and is already taking on the fight against time. That’s how it is.
“It’s not enough if you are ready on Friday before the final, so it will have to be Tuesday, Wednesday or something like that.
“We are working on that and we are all very positive that it will be the case. So he is absolutely OK.”