Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp provides latest on Sadio Mane, Jordan Henderson, Divock Origi and Joe Gomez

The key talking points from Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool press conference ahead of the trip to Burnley.

Jurgen Klopp has been speaking to the media ahead of Liverpool’s trip to Burnley on Sunday (14.00).

The Reds have a quick turnaround after a 2-0 victory over Leicester City last night.

Liverpool will be looking to keep the pressure on Premier League leaders Manchester City with a win against Sean Dyche’s side.

Here are the main talking points from Klopp’s pre-match press conference.

Mane latest

Sadio Malah celebrates Senegal’s AFCON triumph. Picture: CHARLY TRIBALLEAU/AFP via Getty Images

Sadio Mane was absent for Liverpool against Leicester.

The winger was given the evening off, having only flown back to Merseyside the previous day.

Mane had been celebrating with his Senegal team-mates after their African Cup of Nations triumph.

Klopp confirmed Mane will be back for the trip to Turf Moor.

He said: “Sadio will be available. He will come this morning for training.

“I assume he will be in full training and then we make a decision after that.

“We will see how he feels, all of that. Emotionally, he will be high-flying but physically we will have to see how intense it was for him, the last few days.”

Henderson update

Jordan Henderson also did not feature against Leicester.

The Liverpool captain has been suffering with a minor back problem.

Klopp is confident Henderson will be back in contention to feature.

The Anfield boss said: “Hendo definitely will be back. That’s the plan. It was before the [Leicester] game and is the plan now.

“If nothing happens, he will play on Sunday.”

Origi and Gomez absences

Liverpool defender Joe Gomez. Picture: John Powell/Liverpool FC via Getty Images

Joe Gomez and Divock Origi were not on the bench against Leicester.

The latter has now recovered from an injury that sidelined him for almost two months.

Meanwhile, Gomez is back available after self-isolating following a positive Covid-19 test. He missed last weekend’s FA Cup victory over Cardiff due to a lack of training.

Klopp said: “The other two were not injured. It doesn’t happen a lot we have this kind of quality players who did not make the squad.

“With Joe, we have to make a decision if we have a second centre-back on the bench or not.

“With Div, he’s not too long back in training after his injury and that was the decision there.

“Both will train fully [ahead of Burnley].”