"He will play tomorrow and we will see, but Simon is the No.1 and that's the situation", Klopp added.
The latter question came after Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino recently came out and expressed his admiration for his star striker Harry Kane, however the Reds' manager was far from impressed with the questions he was being asked.
"[Promes] didn't play in the last game because he was injured, but Quincy is a very good player", he said.
It is Liverpool and City who interest me the most and a small double on the pair being involved in fixtures that contain over 3.5 goals is the recommendation.
Translation problems, technical difficulties and some obscure questions from both local and worldwide media frustrated the Liverpool manager, who declared the final question of the session a "waste of time". You can back him at [2.6] to score in 90 minutes on the Sportsbook, and I think that's a great bet given Spartak's lack of speed in defence. We need to do that better and that's what we are working at all the time'.
"I'm happy to play in it", the 24-year-old German continued.
"I know you and your colleagues talk about different things but I talk about the team performance when we defend".
Answer: 'I'm really impressed that we are in a Champions League press conference and talk about things like this.
He clarified: "Actually, that's not important for Russian Federation".
The head of the Russian Football Union's security committee, Vladimir Markin, suggested English fans will face extended prison sentences in "conditions they will not like" if problems arise when United and Liverpool face CSKA and Spartak Moscow, respectively.