In the Champions League, Klopp's side has yet to lose a game. Their strong start in the Champions League this season has led to predictions that they will win the title. This international break, however, may have an impact on their current winning streak.
Three of Klopp's first-team players are scheduled to go to red-listed countries for international matches later this month, putting the team's return to action in jeopardy.
Mane will fly to South Africa to support Senegal in their World Cup qualifier against Namibia, while Fabinho and Alonso will join Brazil ahead of their games against Venezuela and Colombia, respectively, and before hosting Uruguay. They would be sent to quarantine for ten days under UK standards.
At the earliest, each of the three players' 10-day quarantine will begin and finish on the following dates:
1 — Alisson: 16th through 26th October 2021.
2 — Fabinho: 16th through 26th October 2021.
3 — Sadio Mane: 13th to 23rd October 2021.
The game against Atlético Madrid is scheduled for the 19th of this month, and it appears that these three players may be absent, which would be bad news for Klopp.
Alisson beckar, Fabinho and sadio mane are key players in Liverpool and their absence can limit the team's performance.
Mane is known for his creative ability and attacking prowess.
Alisson Beckar is Liverpool's number one goalkeeper who is known for his incredible goal keeping skills and has performed tremendously well this season.
Due to the Coronavirus protocol, they may be absent during the match against Atlético Madrid on the 19th.
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