Here, we take a look at three youngsters who have every chance of playing some part at Anfield this weekend.
The 21-year-old had already spent the first part of the season on loan at Dundee and so his appearance for a second club in the Reds meant that, under FIFA rules, he would not be able to play for the Scottish champions – or any other side bar Dundee again – this term.
With that in mind, an opportunity for Beck makes sense, and would justify the decision to prematurely end what was turning out to be an incredibly successful loan.
Dundee fans were hugely impressed with the combination of combativeness and attacking threat Beck provided down the left – those sound like qualities that make him a perfect fit for a Klopp team.
Klopp certainly seems to believe he is capable, saying of his brief cameo in the League Cup semi-final against Fulham on Wednesday: “It’s so nice to bring Bobby Clark on. Everyone can see he is ready.”
And his case for more time on the pitch is aided by the fact that the Reds’ midfield options are thinned by the absences of Thiago, Stefan Bajcetic and Wataru Endo, while Dominik Szoboszlai is only just returning.
A forward-thinking No. 8 who came through as a winger, Clark in fact profiles not too dissimilarly to Szoboszlai, and he will hope to get a chance to sell himself as a potential support act to the Hungarian on Sunday.
With Liverpool expecting so many players back from injury this week, Trey Nyoni’s place on the bench is perhaps under threat for the visit of Norwich.
But that cannot mask that the 16-year-old is much closer to first-team involvement than many might have expected following a summer move from Leicester‘s academy.
Since arriving on Merseyside, Nyoni has looked simply a cut above at U18 level, and was part of the side that thrashed Arsenal 7-1 in the FA Youth Cup last weekend.
Should he manage to sneak into the 20 for this one and were Liverpool to carve out a handy lead heading into the final stages, it is not out of the question that the manager would hand Nyoni a debut.
Potential Liverpool lineup: Alisson, Bradley, Konate, Quansah, Beck, Jones, Clark, Gravenberch, Elliott, Gakpo, Jota