​Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp could be without four key players for his side's trip to Crystal Palace after the international break, with several members of the squad currently nursing injuries.

The Reds have moved eight points clear at the top of the Premier League table but, with Leicester City, Chelsea and Manchester City still in the running, Klopp will be determined not to drop points against a side who have caused Liverpool a few problems in recent years.

As noted by ​the Mirror, the club are currently monitoring the fitness of ​Mohamed Salah, Andy Robertson, ​Jordan Henderson and Joe Gomez.

Beginning with Salah, the Egyptian has been nursing an ankle injury ever since October's 2-1 win over ​Leicester, and he appeared to aggravate his issue during the recent 3-1 win over ​City.

He reported for international duty, but scans on his ankle officially ruled him out of their games against Kenya and Comoros, and he was later spotted watching his teammates with a protective boot over his ankle.

Bernardo Silva,Andy Robertson

Similarly, Robertson has been nursing his own ankle injury. The left-back was forced to pull out of the Scotland squad because of the issue, and he recently admitted he has been ​unable to train for the last two weeks because of the issue.

Both players are still believed to be struggling, and Liverpool are uncertain as to whether either will recover in time to face ​Palace.

There are similar concerns over both Gomez and Henderson, who have been forced to sit out of England's trip to Kosovo on Sunday.

Joe Gomez,Trent Alexander-Arnold,Jordan Henderson

Gomez picked up a knee injury after a collision with ​Atlético Madrid right-back ​Kieran Trippier during England training, while Liverpool captain Henderson has a virus and has been officially ruled out of Sunday's game.

Given the Reds will already be without Joel Matip and Xherdan Shaqiri through injury, they will certainly be eager to see as many of the group return as possible as they look to continue their unbeaten start to the season.

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