Klopp insists facing a 'wounded' United could be "tricky".
He stated: "Of course. I would prefer to play them after they won 5-0, definitely, but that's how it is.
"We drew two games, so is it better to play us in a situation like this? I don't know. We have to deal with all the situations in the game and at this moment nobody knows what will happen.
"The whole world will watch it, it's on Monday so let's see how these heavyweights deal with the situation."
Klopp also said: "United can change nothing or everything, so we don't know, it is really tricky preparation wise, but it's early in the season and we don't have a lot of info anyway.
"It's tough but it's fine. United away will never be easy so we try to do our absolute best."
"I think for me it was easier because I didn't come at the start of the season and didn't have a transfer window.
"In England, people tend to say 'it's not his team' but I actually thought from day one it was my team, so I felt responsible for all the performances.
"Now you can't really compare it, they are different times. My arrival was seven years ago. It's a long time in football, a lot of things have changed.
"It's not easy, especially when you have to rebuild."