Liverpool suffers from a lack of options, especially in the defense line, with Virgil van Dyck, Joe Gomez, Fabinho and Trent Alexander-Arnold injured.
Klopp will have to rely on youngsters Nat Phillips and Reese Williams to restore his back line in the upcoming matches.
Nevertheless, Liverpool may not move in the transfer market and settle for the current list to continue the season.
“We will see, I do not know what we can do in January, I have no idea. We may look at external solutions, this is clear, but for the time being we have to address the situation,” Klopp said at a press conference.
“I don’t want to compare, but in 2008 I came to Dortmund and I have two defenders, ages 19 and 20, (Mats) Hummels and (Nevin) Subotic, they played all the time. We have talents. They are young, 18, 19, 23, and we also have experience. During Two weeks, I hope to restore players in midfield who are able to occupy a defensive position as well. “
“In January, I have no idea whether we will do anything or not. I have no idea even if we want to do something. At the moment we are fine. We are using the existing players, and I am happy with the opportunity available to them. You have to see them in training, they smell the opportunity and that’s good.” I am sure that things will go well with them, and I hope to convince the rest of the world of this. “
Klopp’s men are preparing for a strong confrontation on Sunday against at home to Leicester City in the ninth round of the Premier League.
Defending champions Liverpool are third in the league, one point behind leaders Leicester.