Liverpool ace Salah: Before everything Klopp a friend

Paola Ditto
Mag 17, 2018

"He has done wonderful this year and he looks like a great player, and we'll see if we can both continue it next season".

However, if Liverpool win the Champions League then they will leapfrog from pot 3 to Pot 1 as holders and leave Spurs in Pot 3. The 34-year-old made three Premier League appearances for the Clarets this season.

"He told me that he is happy with what I am doing". So everyone will look forward to it.

Asked about the idea of writing a new chapter in the club's illustrious history, Wijnaldum said: "That's what makes it more exciting".

The unassuming talent has Liverpool on the brink of European glory ahead of the Champions League final.

"That's what everyone wants".

"We have an opportunity now to win a big trophy with a massive club that has been waiting for a lot of years for a trophy". What an impact you've had in that Liverpool team.

"Of course!" he said.

"Although I am a little bit annoyed, because (in general) I always want more and I am never satisfied", Firmino added.

Minds, though, will keep returning to Kiev, surely?

'Even before the Brighton game nobody is talking about that game.

'Everyone reminds you that you're going to play a final. "We need to be careful".

'Good players, good team. He was brought into England by Jose Mourinho, but as was the case for several talented players at Chelsea, he didn't get the requisite game-time and was instead shipped off on loan spells to Fiorentina and Roma. It's going to be hard but I think that's something we can deal with. He improved others, as well as taking his own game up a huge gear, and did things on a pitch that most footballers can only dream of.

De Bruyne, meanwhile, has been the standout player in a Manchester City side which not only strolled to the Premier League title with a record points total, but which are also credited with reshaping how fans and pundits think about the Beautiful Game in this country.

The Egypt global arrived from Roma in a £36.9million deal last summer with many critics questioning his signing on the basis of 12 unsuccessful months at Chelsea three years previously.

It began to go wrong as early as the eighth minute when Shane Duffy, whose miserable afternoon was ended by injury in the second half, mis-hit a back-pass to present Solanke with a chance but although he nutmegged Mat Ryan he allowed the goalkeeper to recover.

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