Diaz suffered an initial LCL tear when his side lost to league leaders Arsenal 3-2 in October.
The injury, unfortunately, then re-occurred just two months later out in Dubai, meaning the forward has been forced to spend even more time away from the pitch.
The winger has subsequently missed five months of this campaign but has returned to training in recent weeks whilst being monitored closely.
He resumed light, progressive training with a Portuguese specialist ordered to aid his rehabilitation alongside the medical staff at Anfield.
Liverpool supporters across the globe assumed Diaz would return following the March international break due to the Klopp’s recent indication.
However, Diego Ruda, a journalist from Colombia, reports that Diaz may be available sooner than first thought.
Liverpool face relegation battlers Bournemouth Saturday and it’s claimed that the 26-year-old may travel to the south coast for some much-needed minutes.
Though we must understand it is just a claim at the moment, it may turn into a reality and one that will fill those travelling fans some excitement.
Diaz will face the challenge of worming his way back into the side with Liverpool’s forwards seemingly at the peak of their powers recently.