Both began life on Merseyside with pre-season training this week, although the manager revealed that Ramsay’s integration has been slightly delayed due to a minor fitness issue.
Klopp went on to outline why the combination of long-term potential and early experience made them such sought-after signings ahead of the new campaign.
“Because of their quality,” he said of the reasons for bringing Carvalho and Ramsay to the club. “Quality comes first, and then comes age.
“Because if you have the quality and you’re 32, I’m very interested, to be honest. But quality and being 18 or 19 years old, playing an awful lot of games already, having a real impact on the performance of the team for your former clubs, that’s rare. And they both had it.
“Unfortunately, Calvin is not training with us at the moment, he has a small injury. No one knew, we found it when he had a medical examination. To date there are no problems, but the medical department tells us that if we don’t take care of it now, he will have problems in the future.
“So, when you’re that young, of course he’s got a long career ahead of him, so we’re very responsible at the moment, so he hasn’t trained with the team yet, but he’s doing a lot of conditioning work. So I don’t think it will take too long.
“So I haven’t seen him in training yet, but everything we’ve seen about him, heard about him, heard from him: fantastic boy. And what a player he is, what he did for Aberdeen last year, absolutely outstanding.
“In his age group and you know what we need from a fullback, he’s as close to the things we want as possible and he’s still a kid. So we expect a lot from him in the long run.