Marko Arnautovic ended his 11-game goal drought with a brace in West Ham's 3-0 win against Southampton at the London Stadium.
With the second leg of Liverpool's Champions League semi-final against Barcelona just three days away, and the last game of the Premier League season following five days later, Klopp can ill afford to be without his side's leading goal-scorer.
The Reds shared a 13 minute video of the session in which van Dijk did not appear, although the fact he trained at all would suggest that he is not seriously injured.
Liverpool started Daniel Sturridge against Newcastle as Firmino was once again absent and the prognosis ahead of the Barcelona game does not look positive.
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It was Origi who netted the victor 13 minutes later, as his header from a Xherdan Shaqiri free-kick deflected in off Newcastle defender Jamaal Lascelles.
'Proud' Poch Frustrated by a teenage goalkeeper making his Premier League debut and perplexed by the needless dismissals of Son Heung-min and Juan Foyth, Mauricio Pochettino surveyed the wreckage of Tottenham's 1-0 defeat at Bournemouth on Saturday and insisted all was well. Brighton, which is in fourth-to-last place, is four points clear of Cardiff with two matches to play. "They have showed it the whole season", Alexander-Arnold said.
"We need to be patient to be honest, not to rush". I was talking with Lee Charnley this week and we will let you know as soon as we have more news.
He said: "We are professional and we have to do our job". It is in our hands. Asked after the game how far behind Manchester City and Liverpool his side are, Solskjaer said: "Many levels at the moment, but that's the size of the challenge".
The Sunday People claim that the trio are all eyeing a potential swoop for the 20-year-old after his impressive performances in League One this term.
At Molineux, Leander Dendoncker's 75th-minute volley against Fulham moved Wolves a step closer to possible European football next season.