Liverpool relinquished their lead against Arsenal on Saturday and ended up drawing 1-1 at the Emirates.
The result dropped the club from first to third in the Premier League table, but they only sit two points adrift of leaders Manchester City after 11 games.
On Tuesday night, the Reds will switch focus to the Champions League as they take on Serbian side Red Star Belgrade on away soil.
According to The Times journalist Paul Joyce, Klopp is considering making a big call with regards to team selection.
The reporter has stated on Twitter that Xherdan Shaqiri may not be included in the travelling party due to political reasons.
Liverpool considering omitting Xherdan Shaqiri from squad for Red Star Belgrade game @TimesSport
— paul joyce (@_pauljoyce) November 4, 2018
The Switzerland international is in danger of being a target of abuse from the Red Star following due to his pro-Kosovo stance.
Kosovo declared independence 10 years ago, but Serbia have a tense relationship with their former province as they refuse to recognise it as a state.
During the World Cup, Shaqiri celebrated scoring against Serbia by forming a double-headed eagle, which represents the Albanian flag.
Liverpool fans have been tweeting their reaction to the reports of the winger’s possible omission.
People unaware of the context about to lose their minds
— Sabah (@Sabah07) November 4, 2018
— . (@VintageSalah) November 4, 2018
NOOOOOO i wanted him to score and do the eagle celebration
— RatedFirmino (@RatedFirmino) November 4, 2018
Makes sense unfortunately…
— Paul Burke (@burkov_p2005) November 4, 2018
It’d be unwise for him to travel and foolish for him to play.
— Marko Ilich (@MarkoIlic_8) November 4, 2018
Smart, for the safety of the player ?
— Brandon Klinger (@brandonklinger) November 4, 2018
NOOOOOOOOOO BIG SHAQ WAS GONNA DESTROY THEM
— Joshua Allen ?? (@ksjallen) November 4, 2018
We want to see him score a last minute winner running away celebrating the eagle
— Ben Roxby (@roxbyb) November 4, 2018
Probably the correct decision but it’s crazy that we have to leave a player at home so he doesnt get assaulted
— David Noonan (@davidnoonan241) November 4, 2018