Klopp is likely to keep faith with the side which dispatched Villarreal in the semi-final second leg, with Daniel Sturridge spearheading a team that is also likely to contain Philippe Coutinho, Adam Lallana and Roberto Firmino.
The arrival of Klopp last October has helped point Liverpool back in the right direction and, having experienced defeat in the Capital One Cup Final against Manchester City in February, he is anxious for his team to show how far they have progressed.
A ninth European title would underscore the transformation and Klopp, whose squad arrived in Switzerland on Monday night to narrow their focus, said: “In my opinion, we are really in a perfect moment to play a final.
“That doesn’t mean all is already done. No, it’s far away from this. It’s only about the preparation.