Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson will make his first start of the Premier League season away to Leicester after coming into the side at the expense of Naby Keita.
Henderson is the sole change to the Liverpool side that beat Brighton 1-0 last weekend, as the Reds look to make it four Premier League wins from four before the international break.
Meanwhile Claude Puel has brought in two new names to the Leicester starting XI that was victorious against Southampton, as Marc Albrighton and Rachid Ghezzal get the nod.
Leicester: Schmeichel, Ricardo Pereira, Morgan, Maguire, Chilwell, Mendy, Ndidi, Albrighton, Maddison, Gray, Ghezzal.
Subs: Evans, Iheanacho, Ward, Amartey, Okazaki, Iborra, Fuchs.
Liverpool: Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, Gomez, van Dijk, Robertson, Wijnaldum, Henderson, Milner, Salah, Firmino, Mane.
Subs: Keita, Sturridge, Moreno, Lallana, Mignolet, Shaqiri, Matip.
The Belgium international seemed destined for the exit following the £65million arrival of the Brazilian this summer for what was, at the time, a world record fee for a goalkeeper.
However, Loris Karius – to whom Mignolet lost his place last season – was the one to depart earlier this week on a two-year loan to Besiktas, with the Turkish club undertaking a option to buy for a further £7.25m should he meet certain appearance and European qualification criteria.
It left Mignolet facing another campaign as second choice and prompted him to give an interview in his homeland in which he said he still wanted to play and did not know what the future held for him.
Klopp was not happy the goalkeeper went public but understood his frustrations.
“It is true he will not depart, of course not,” he said ahead of Saturday’s early kick-off at Leicester.
“In general discussing your individual problems in public does not make too much sense, it is better to speak to each other, I’m a big believer in that. But it was still OK.
“We are all human beings and I have no problem with that, and if he was happy to be a number two then I wouldn’t really know him.
“He is a top professional, a top goalkeeper and of course he is not happy to be number two but at the end there are worse things in the world than being number two – pretty good pay by the way at Liverpool.
“In the first moment you understand decisions or not but it is always better to talk to me directly about it than to newspapers.
“It makes not too much sense, if you want to say something to me say it directly – that helps.”
Klopp took a different view, however, with Mohamed Salah‘s ongoing feud with the Egyptian football Association.
The forward has been in dispute with the organisation since before this summer’s World Cup over image rights.
There were further issues at the tournament, as the Egyptian FA decided to set up their training base in Grozny, leading to Salah being pictured with controversial Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov.
On Sunday Salah posted a message on Twitter which said: “It’s normal that a football federation seeks to solve the problems of its players so they can feel comfortable but really, what I see is exactly the opposite.
“It’s not normal that my messages and my lawyer’s letters are ignored. I do not know why this is all (happening)?”
Ramy Abbas, Salah’s lawyer and agent, sought to clarify the comments, saying they had asked for guarantees regarding Salah’s well-being while with the national team and assurances image-rights violations would not happen again.
Salah subsequently posted two videos to Facebook insisting he was asking for better security for the whole team, detailing how he did not want to be disturbed in his room by visitors wanting to chat in the middle of the night as had happened previously.
Despite the usually reserved Salah being so outspoken Klopp said he had no concerns over the player becoming distracted.
“About the thing with the Egyptian FA I can’t say too much, it is really something between the player and the FA,” he said.
“I spoke to Mo about that but it is not for us to intervene in that moment, to say something about that. They will solve that, I am sure.
“It is not about me so it is really between Mo and the FA, that is all I can say about that.
“As long as they talk about us pretty much everything is allowed – well maybe not everything, but a lot.”
Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson Becker insists he only takes calculated risks on the pitch but warned fans with heart problems may be in for a tricky time.
The Brazil international, who arrived this summer from Roma for a then £65million world-record fee for a goalkeeper, has yet to concede a goal in three Premier League victories which have taken the Reds top of the table.
But it is other elements of his game which have caught the eye, primarily the use of his feet which was demonstrated in last weekend’s win over Brighton when he deliberately dinked the ball over the onrushing Anthony Knockaert and casually passed to team-mate Virgil van Dijk.
It was not the first such incident this season, or even in that match, and Alisson has warned supporters who have previously panicked when the ball was passed back to the likes of Simon Mignolet and Loris Karius it is something they should get used to.
“I have fitted perfectly in the team and in the team’s style of play,” the 25-year-old told ESPN Brasil.
“(Liverpool) like (the goalkeeper) to participate in the offensive phase and in shaping the game from the back.
“It gives me a lot of confidence to play with my feet and I have to be focused for 90 minutes.
“It is already calculated. I take risks. Fans with heart problems have to be careful!
“But on the pitch, as I said before, I do not try to make of fun of a rival. It’s not to show that I can do this or that, but to help the team. It is to achieve targets.”
Alisson’s style was one of the reasons Klopp was so convinced to bring in the Brazilian after just one season at Roma.
He communicated that faith to his goalkeeper on their first meeting and it is something which has stuck with Alisson.
“The chat I had with him is one of the things that left me more calm,” added the goalkeeper.
“He showed his interest in having me, not only the club’s interest but also his. It was a long interview despite my staggered English, but we understood each other well.
“He told me about how he works, how I would fit into the squad, how I also could grow personally here.
“He told me a little bit about the project – a project with a winning mindset.
“It’s a club that has everything to achieve big things. We have started the season very well, but we have to keep our feet on the ground.”
With the European transfer window closing on Friday, Liverpool still expect to offload a few more players following Sheyi Ojo’s loan to Stade Reims after signing a new contract with the Reds.
Lazar Markovic is interesting Standard Liege and Anderlecht, while there may also be late moves for Divock Origi and Pedro Chirvella.