Jurgen Klopp says squad rotation is very possible when Liverpool take on Brighton on Saturday.
The German boss admitted that it wouldn’t make sense to ignore his other options based off recent form.
Wijnaldum has been deployed as a deep lying midfielder of late, and has settled in well in the Reds’ first two games of the season.
But, Henderson and Fabinho are both waiting in the wings, readying their first start of the season, giving Klopp a selection dilemma.
“We will see. I don’t think it makes sense to stick to a team just because we won.”
“There are many reasons to change a lineup.”
Klopp on squad rotation: “I don’t think it makes sense to only stick to a team because they won. There are many reasons to change a lineup.”
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The Liverpool manager also offered an update on Dejan Lovren’s injury set back post World Cup.
“Dejan (Lovren) isn’t around team training. Pretty sure no chance for Leicester and then after international break ready to go hopefully.”
The Croatian international might have to bide his time when back, with a Van Dijk and Gomez partnership forming.