Jurgen Klopp will leave it up to Luis Diaz to decide whether he returns to the Liverpool team after his parents were abducted in his native Colombia and claimed he will not force the winger to play.
Diaz has not featured in the palms over Nottingham Forest and Bournemouth on compassionate grounds after his mama and father were snared by fortified markswoman.
His mama, Cilenis Marulanda, was soon released while a guerilla group, the National Liberation Army, have said they are holding Luis Diaz elderly.
Colombian government officers are negotiating with the revolutionary group and a representative of his kidnappers said that the footballer’s father will be released as soon as possible.
Liverpool play Luton Town on Sunday and Klopp said “He was in training two days ago, history( Thursday) he did a session and moment he’ll be with theteam.However, he will be then and train with us, If he will feel right. You could see when he’s with the boys it’s forfeiture, but you could also see that he has not slept a lot.
“We have to see how he’s and go from there. The news from Colombia I just got encouraged by him but anything that gives us a bit of a stop gap is good. We’re staying for some really good news. I can not say what we will do( for Sunday). We just stay. It’s all about him, whether he makes himself available or not. I’ll not force anything.”
Liverpool will again be without injured midfielders Stefan Bajcetic and Thiago Alcatara at Kenilworth Road with Klopp saying the former Bayern Munich and Barcelona player may be out until 2024.
He added “Thiago is an ongoing thing and we anticipate him to be back presumably at the start of the new time. We can not stay to have him back. The player is just exceptional. ”