Jurgen Klopp could face a selection dilemma when Liverpool take on Spurs next month.
Klopp’s side travel to Wembley after the international break.
However, Klopp could be without the likes of Alisson, Fabinho and Firmino.
All three have been selected as part of the Selecao squad that will face the United States and El Salvador on September 8th and 12th respectively.
Liverpool take on Tottenham Hotspur on September 15th, 12:30pm, meaning the trio could be unavailable for the clash.
In the case of Alisson, you would imagine he will be fine to play. Meanwhile, Fabinho has hefty competition for his role in the team anyway.
Perhaps the greatest potential loss to Klopp would be Roberto Firmino. But, Daniel Sturridge will be raring to go and could benefit from an absence of the Brazilian.
Sturridge appears to have revived his Liverpool career in the short time as things stand.
The 29-year old will play back up to Firmino this season in a bid to earn a contract extension.
His current deal expires at the end of the 2018/19 campaign, meaning Sturridge could be a free agent next season.
It is likely that Liverpool will join forces with other clubs to accommodate the expense of a private jet carrying all of their players back.
A similar incident was conducted last season as Liverpool teamed up with Manchester City, Chelsea and Paris-Saint Germain.