His ability to get out of tight spaces while also adding some attacking threat to Liverpool's midfield could be vital to put United under pressure.
His ability to get out of tight spaces while also adding some attacking threat to Liverpool’s midfield could be vital to put United under pressure.
Then there’s Xherdan Shaqiri, who’s been brought back in from the cold in recent weeks.
The 29-year-old still possesses that bit of quality on the ball needed to unlock defences and he’s predominantly been used in an attacking-midfield role when called upon this year.
While Shaqiri is unlikely to start, bringing him on in the second half against a weary United side may well prove to be the difference on Sunday.
Of course, the Switzerland international has done it in the past when he was subbed in with 20 minutes remaining against United back in December 2018 before going on to score twice.
This may be a United side in brilliant form heading into the match at Anfield, but Klopp knows he has plenty of options still to choose from who can wreak havoc against Solskjaer’s team.