He said: “We will give him the absolute amount of time to find out.
“Marcus will have more checks and treatment today but I am not holding my breath.
“I would think he wouldn’t be ready but there is still 48 hours, so let’s see.”
Meanwhile, Klopp thinks Liverpool can still improve defensively, despite having recorded nine clean sheets in their last 11 games in all competitions.
The Reds boss suggested saves made by goalkeeper Alisson and chances spurned by Wolves and Tottenham in recent games have been a factor in their defensive improvements.
He said: “It’s just used to getting each other, getting more and more convinced about things and, how I said, luck in the right moment: in life and football, without luck you don’t have a chance.