Liverpool gets a big injury-boost when Fabinho and Dejan Lovren close in exchange for full training … and may be involved against Manchester United
- Midfielder Fabinho has been out since November with a ankle injury
- Dejan Lovren has been significantly sidelined by a hamstring problem
- Liverpool meets Tottenham on Saturday without James Milner and Naby Keita
Fabinho has been out since the end of November, but Klopp hopes he will be back in action soon. 
Klopp said at his press conference prior to Saturday's late kick-off against Tottenham : & Dejan and Fabinho expect us to come back in full training next week – that is clear good. Whether that is in time for the competition Man United (on January 19) we do not know. & # 39;
Concerning injured midfielders James Milner and Naby Keita, Klopp added: & # 39; Milner and Naby are not available … not for this weekend, not for next week. Then we will see. & # 39;
Klopp added victim Fabinho and Lovren to the knee injury, set aside for a month with a hamstring problem: & # 39; They are currently working very hard, they are going fast and that is good. "
Joel Matip, who has been on the road with a knee injury since October, and Xherdan Shaqiri also trained this week.
The loss of Milner, who suffered a hamstring injury early in the FA of Sunday Cup victory at Everton, however, is a blow to Klopp & # 39; s midfield options, with Keita now missing a week with a groin problem.
Klopp continued: & # 39; James and Naby are not available, both are muscle injuries, different and for different people, so we will see how fast it will be, we don't need a time frame to set up because we don't do that know it.
& # 39; But not for this week and not for next week but then we'll see.
& # 39; Joel was not part of all training but was out on the field, which looked really good and yesterday he was part of the first part of the training. Shaq trained completely normal. & # 39;