Paul Merson has suggested that Curtis Jones will be thinking of a Liverpool exit after Thiago Alcantara’s arrival.
The Reds youngster started both of the Reds’ Carabao Cup fixtures, including their penalty shootout defeat to Arsenal.
In contrast, in the Premier League, Jones has yet to start a game, playing just 24 minutes in the opening three games.
And the arrival of Thiago, according to Merson, could force Jones out of Klopp's squad.
Merson told Sky Sports: "He's a very good player but how long do you stay at Liverpool?
"I don't see him playing at the moment, I don't see him getting into the team.
"All of a sudden Thiago comes in.
"He's probably thinking, 'I'm doing alright at the moment, I'm playing well'.
“All of a sudden Thiago comes in and you think, 'where does that leave me?'
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"If push comes to shove I think Thiago goes and plays further forward rather than Jones."
However, Jamie Redknapp believes his direct competition will be Georgino Wijnaldum - but does admit he could leave, if his route into the first-team is blocked.
"I would guess he'd be up more against the likes of Wijnaldum or further forward players,” Redknapp said. “He's one of those that can get forward and score goals.
"As a midfield player he's got all of the attributes but there does come a time, I'm not going to lie, where you want to play, you want to be in the first team."
Redknapp added that despite his struggle for Premier League minutes, he is in a privileged position with the experienced players within Klopp’s squad to learn from.
“I mean this in the nicest possible way,” Redknapp added. “But he’s a very lucky man because he’s got great senior players and role-models around him.
“Every day, I bet it’s an education being around James Milner, Jordan Henderson, players that do everything right. It’s so easy for young players to get affected by all of the surroundings around you, but he will be training and learning the basics really well.”