Liverpool midfielder Emre Can has been closely linked with an Anfield exit after the Champions League final against Real Madrid on 25 May in Kiev, Ukraine.
The midfielder of Turkish origin will be a free agent unless he signs a contract extension.
Can has been closely linked with a move to Juventus but there is still a chance he stays on at Liverpool.
Klopp was asked about Can’s contract situation after commenting on his injury status in a press conference on Monday.
The Liverpool boss revealed that he has no clue whether anything has changed regarding the midfielder’s future at the club.
“No clue. [That’s] not important in the moment, to be honest,” he was quoted as saying on the official Liverpool website.
“In this moment, he is 100 per cent here and that is the only thing I’m interested in. Anything else, I really have no idea but that’s not important to me at the moment.”
Can was expected to miss the final with a back injury that has ruled him out of action since mid-March.
The 25-year-old could however, recover in time for the final on Saturday.
The midfielder has career-high six goals and five assists in all competitions this season.