JORDAN HENDERSON has been offered a glimmer of hope that he could still make England’s bid for Euro glory.
Gareth Southgate’s side kick off their campaign ten weeks tomorrow against Croatia and the Anfield skipper is in a desperate race against time to be fit.
He underwent groin surgery at the end of February and Three Lions boss Southgate has admitted it is going to be a close call for him.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp insists he still has “no idea” of whether Henderson will be ready but he revealed: “At the moment he cannot train but he will train in the next days and weeks for sure.
“It is just about time. If the time will be enough? I hope so.”
Meanwhile, centre-back Virgil van Dijk is also fighting to join the Dutch squad as he continues his recovery from cruciate knee ligament damage that has kept him out for the past six months.
Klopp added: “Nothing has changed. They are all in the place they should be at the moment and that is it.
“Time will show.
“I do not want to take a player away from England or Holland.
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“If they are ready then they are ready. If they are not ready, I cannot change that.
“It is not about me to make the decision. I only deliver the news when I have it, and I do not have it at the moment.
“No bad news, no brilliant news.”