Dogged by injuries throughout the campaign so far, including a number of long-term layoffs, the situation appears to be easing for Liverpool heading into the World Cup.
In his pre-match press conference on Friday, Klopp gave an update on those nearing a return, with Matip back training along with James Milner and Diaz not far off.
“Nobody’s out from the players we had available for midweek, or the last game [against Tottenham],” he explained.
“Milly’s back in training today, Naby is out and running, Lucho is back on the pitch and running.
“Joel trained with us, was in three-quarters of the session, but the last bit he didn’t do. He’s now obviously available as well.
“He would be available [if needed], but only trained once with the team.”
Earlier, Klopp looked ahead to a mid-season training camp in Dubai and the return to play against Man City in the Carabao Cup, naming Diaz as one of the players he should have available.
“Lucho, he’s now running outside, looks really good,” he explained
Klopp is likely to make another 11 changes from the Carabao Cup victory over Derby, with his strongest possible side expected against Southampton.