"Why we change late is because we constantly have to think that somebody will go down with an injury".
Klopp's Liverpool have been plagued by numerous injuries and with England's traditionally congested festive fixture schedule around the corner, the German boss urged authorities to make the change in the interest of player welfare.
"However, you still need to replace him, and then who do you replace him with?"More news: Xbox Series X, Series S Controller Support Coming To iPhone And iPad
It was typical Klopp when he is about to burst, thinly disguising how seriously he really thinks about something through an emphatic sort-of humour that leaves you wondering what is going to come next.
The Covid-19 epidemic ended late last season and the current campaign was cut short. "All the top six are the same, but I know you don't care, and that's the problem".
Any changes to the arrangements would require the consent of the Premier League, Sky and BT, all of which declined to comment. We have offensive players we can rotate, the rest are kids.More news: Judge dismisses Trump campaign lawsuit in Pennsylvania
The Portuguese forward became the first-ever Reds player to score in his first four home top-flight games on Sunday, finding the net in the 3-0 win over Leicester City.
Klopp said the epidemic had forced football to make a number of changes over the past few months and rejected suggestions that it would be hard to adjust the schedule to give squads more time to recover.
"I've said this before and it's not that Mo Salah isn't a great player, it's just that Liverpool seem to look better without him on the field because there is more fluidity", James said.More news: Donald Trump's eldest son tests positive for COVID-19, is asymptomatic
"You stand here with a facemask, would you have thought a year ago you would go somewhere with a facemask and we can not be close? It's all OK, we fight with what we have, but if you (broadcasters) do not start talking, you will see what happens", he said.