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When Thiago came in as a substitute in the away loss to Arsenal on February 4, he suffered a muscular injury. This was his first appearance of 2023–24.Liverpool's injury list, suspensions and availability - Liverpool FC

Before Liverpool’s Emirates FA Cup fifth-round match against Southampton, Jürgen Klopp was questioned about if Thiago has a comeback date set in stone and whether he would play again this season.

Klopp stated on February 27 that there is no deadline. In all honesty, I have no idea. From a medical standpoint, he has a few things to accomplish right now. After that, I’m not sure whether that will allow him to return to the field this season.

“I’m not particularly into the subject since that’s not a short-term issue. I’m not 100% in it because it’s not like he may be in training in two weeks or something like that. To be honest, I am at a loss for words.””From next week onward step by step I think they will join parts of team training and then team training, so we will see what we do with that,” said Klopp in response to a question regarding the three on March 29. None of them have even approached team training yet, so they are not too far away but not in yet. However, everyone takes their own steps, therefore all is OK.”

Due to a fitness concern, Bajcetic has missed much of the current season.

On March 29, Klopp stated: “We pretty much don’t train because we play all the time. He is currently in partial training with the U21s and he will be in full training with the U21s next week.” He will then begin our training after that. That’s the strategy; after that, we’ll see. However, the youngster gained some muscle and looked fantastic. After being out for an extended period of time, Conor Bradley also didn’t require much time. He’s almost back now, and I’m very thrilled for him and for us.”

The youthful striker is not playing because of a knee injury he sustained while playing for the Reds’ U21 team.

On December 19, Pepijn Lijnders said, “That’s not a good one.” He tore his meniscus on the side, requiring surgery. That one is going to require more time. He is young, physically healthy, and optimistic, so it is likely that he will return stronger. However, we need him to return with the same intensity and passion that he did when he was playing the ball. We’ll wait for him even if he needs some time.”

Jones is getting close to playing again after missing time due to an injury he acquired in mid-February during the Premier League victory at Brentford.

On March 29, Klopp said, “Curtis is in training, but I’m not sure if he’s available [for Sunday].”

The center-back suffered an anterior cruciate ligament injury on December 3 following a challenge during Liverpool’s victory against Fulham in the second half.

Matip subsequently had a successful procedure, and there is no set timeframe for his recuperation; he will continue his therapy at the AXA Training Center.

Liverpool is keeping an eye on the No. 26’s health after he seemed to suffer an ankle injury in March when playing for Scotland.

On March 29, Klopp said, “Robbo, we’ll see. We’ll take it day by day.” Though it’s not as serious, he won’t be training today. That’s okay, then.

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