The pair were both forced into a period of self-isolation after contracting coronavirus before the international break.
As Liverpool is preparing for the upcoming Merseyside deby, Mane and Thiago have returned to training. Mane missed one game while Thiago missed two games, and their negative now from the virus as they joined the rest players.
But another issue is about midfielder Naby Keita, the Guinea international tested positive for Covid-19 while away on international duty and Liverpool are now awaiting the results of a second test as confirmation.
FOOT 224 note that the Guinea squad actually ended up going on strike over a number of issues, one of which was the lack of social distancing in the camp.
Because players have been forced to share bedrooms and which resulted to five players testing positive for coronavirus.
If Keita second test could be negative then his free to returned to training and may even feature in Saturday’s game.
However, since Thiago and Mane expected to start as well, Liverpool Manager, Jurgen Klopp could look to them as he seeks to ensure Liverpool’s title defence does not get derailed by the crushing 7-2 loss to Aston Villa before the break.