Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp could be Mohamed Salah for Tuesday's Champions League match against Barcelona after the Egyptian took a head injury in Saturday's 3-2 victory in Newcastle. .
Klopp said it was too early to say if Salah could play against Barça.
"What I heard was that I had the goalie's hip on my head," Klopp said. "I was on the ground and the doc had to make a decision on the field or off the field, and the decision was off the field, we accepted it, of course.
"When we came in, he was sitting in the dressing room watching the game on TV, then it was fine, but of course we have to wait, he had a proper hit, obviously, in that situation."
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Liverpool will be without Brazilian striker Roberto Firmino for the match against Barcelona.
Firmino, who has a muscle injury, was not included in the match day team for the game on Saturday and Klopp said he will not face the Spaniards, as Liverpool looks to reverse a 3-0 deficit in the match. Going.
"It will not be ready by Tuesday and the rest we will see," said Klopp, whose team faces the Wolves in their last Premier League game on May 12.
Divock Origi, who took the 86th minute winner at Newcastle, could start against Barca, while Daniel Sturridge, who started on Saturday, would be another option.