The German boss will include Kop favourites Steven Gerrard, Jamie Carragher, Daniel Agger and Steve McManaman for the trip Down Under
But Klopp will also call on the side’s star players to ‘present Liverpool as good as possible,’ report the Liverpool Echo.
The match against Sydney FC at the ANZ Stadium, which forms part of the club’s 125th anniversary celebrations, comes between the end of the Premier League campaign and a full programme of World Cup qualifiers.
“No final decision at this moment. I’m not really in the thing (loop), but what we can say 100% is yeah, we want to present Liverpool as good as possible,” Klopp said.
“It makes sense to import these legends and they’re really happy about it.
“To be honest we will go with pretty much everybody. They will all go there even if they don’t play, they will be involved with other things.
“We are not sure, there are one or two (who could miss the trip), but that involves other things, not international call-ups.
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“No international player is out already so we will show the best and nicest faces of LFC.”
England face Scotland at Hampden Park in a qualifier on June 10 before travelling to France for a friendly three days later.
Reds duo Adam Lallana and Nathaniel Clyne are set to be part of Gareth Southgate’s squad for those games, but captain Jordan Henderson and striker Daniel Sturridge could miss both the post-season friendly in Australia and international duty.
Henderson is no closer to returning to training – two-and-a-half months after he was sidelined by a foot injury.
The Liverpool captain is currently on crutches having been told to keep the weight off it. Klopp admitted last week that Henderson could miss the rest of the campaign.
There is also no timescale on Sturridge’s return after he aggravated a hip problem in training last week.
Liverpool are hoping to sell out the 83,000 capacity ANZ Stadium for what will be their first visit to Sydney. General admission tickets for the game range from £30 to £125.