The Egyptian Football Association said Mohamed Salah of Liverpool and Mohamed Eleni of Arsenal would fly back to the United Kingdom on a private jet from Egypt on Friday, according to the Egyptian Football Association.
"There is no season when you have no problem with injuries", said Klopp.
"Egyptian national team and Liverpool star Mohamed Salah has undergone a second test and results have confirmed that Salah tested positive for Covid-19", adding, "Salah is keeping a high spirit and is not showing any symptoms of the virus".
Salah is now set to miss Liverpool's crunch top-of-the-table clash with Leicester City on Sunday as a result, though Klopp has refused to publicly criticise the Egyptian. Nothing to say in public about the situation.
The Liverpool boss the brought up a personal example from earlier in the year where he chose to miss a friend's birthday, though admits that the wedding of a close relative like a brother is a 'special moment'.
Klopp said he had to resist the temptation to attend a birthday party when home in Germany over the summer and understands why Salah had to attend the wedding.
It remains to be seen how Salah and Elneny will be permitted to enter the United Kingdom while they are confirmed Covid-19 positive cases, with any hope they can return to Premier League action appearing to be forlorn.
"There were some cases of course, but they really know about the situation". All the rest is between Mo and me.
Trent Alexander-Arnold will be out for another two weeks due to a calf problem, while captain Jordan Henderson will also miss Sunday's clash due to a muscle problem.
"We are a unit, a proper unit, the more problems we have, the closer we stick together".