The European champions are due to play the World Cup semi-final on 18 December, a day after a scheduled domestic quarterfinal at Aston Villa.
Klopp suggested after a notable Final-16 win over Arsenal on Wednesday that his side could be out of the EFL Cup entirely, but an alternative solution could still be found.
The Liverpool boss made 11 changes against Arsenal and completing nine fixtures in December, he may consider leaving a young squad of fringe players to face Villa.
“No final decision has been made yet but if we play while in Qatar, it will be two different teams.”
“It’s not that we can go there with 11 players and say that these 11 guys play two games in Qatar and the other [senior] guys play against Aston Villa in England. We have to make a decision and we will make a decision. But not now. ”
Klopp also criticized Liverpool’s scheduling of celebrations last year and earlier UEFA’s goal was to place more demands on its international players with the start of the Nations League.
Asked if there was any concern that his players were being pushed too far, Klopp replied impassively as he highlighted some issues with the English football calendar.
“Let’s have a look at how they deal with it,” he said. “If you’re looking at the schedule, that’s fine.
“Premier League, a competition, sensational calm, then the EFL Cup, good competition, what a game we had on Wednesday night.
“But then at the end of January, after a very busy schedule in December, there are two semi-finals. It’s an easy decision for me to say why don’t you just make two semi-finals if you keep that competition?”
“We still have FA Cup games over the weekend, in February, March, and April.
“I have four years about this before I knew about it, people already discussed it. The same difference is for other countries – Italy also has 20 teams.
“England is the only country where no one wants to touch it, or perhaps wants to touch it – wants to touch the FA League Cup, the Football League wants to touch the FA Cup – but no one really wants to discuss it.
“Then, on top of that, UEFA decides to make leagues to nations that are already very busy – some very successful players, good players – another couple of intense games.
“I said before and it always seems like it’s my problem. I’m not involved in the Nations League games, I don’t play international games. I have a few days of play, that’s not my problem. I would only discuss From the same point of view that you should discuss, but you do not.
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola supported Klopp’s stance on the stability crowd and called for more of the relevant governing bodies to protect the players.
“I completely agree,” he said. “How do we pay big squads? We need fewer fixtures, fewer competitions, more recoveries. We play 27 or 29 [December] in wintertime.
“At UEFA meetings, they always talk about it. I’m with Jurgen when he makes such statements about a lot of sports.”