1) Cameron Brannagan
Klopp has already spoken highly of Cameron Brannagan and now the onus is on this talented youngster to prove himself to the German manager.
Born in Manchester, the youngster has been with Liverpool since he was nine years old and Brannagan’s first chance in the senior side came in the Europa League earlier this season, making a substitute appearance against Bordeaux.
The 19-year-old has featured in the cup competitions this campaign for the Reds and has immensely impressed, particularly for his lack of fear in the FA Cup clashes with West Ham.
Renowned to be a tenacious worker, Brannagan can hit a shot from distance as well and, should things progress well, the club could have their new Steven Gerrard.