The Frenchman, who fell out of favour under Klopp following a number of disciplinary issues, has impressed on loan at Crystal Palace playing a key role in the the Eagles' improved form that has seen them ease away from the relegation zone.
Palace would like to make the move a permanent one in the summer but the 27-year-old's performances have understandably sparked suggestions he could work his way back into Klopp's plans at Anfield.
But the German is remaining tight-lipped over what will happen with Sakho come the end of the season.
“There is nothing to say at this moment because you can imagine like all the plans we have for next season, we speak about it behind closed doors," he said.
“At the moment when we have to say something we will say something.
“I see a lot of Premier League games so I see Crystal Palace too and I see how he's playing there and all this stuff.
“When we have to say something about this we will say it.
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