Liverpool: Werner promises Jurgen Klopp transfer funds

Liverpool: Werner promises Jurgen Klopp transfer funds

John Toshack says he is hoping Liverpool will lift the Champions League title on Saturday despite thinking Real Madrid will win in Kiev.

Follow all of the action with us as Liverpool take on Real Madrid in the 2018 Champions League final.

Salah's tally of 44 goals has elevated him to a new level, but Ramos, the Real Madrid captain, said that it was wrong to compare him to two players who have performed at the highest level for more than a decade.

However, the manner in which they have dismantled teams this season - "big b-- football" according to Klopp - is further evidence they are a force to be reckoned with and one defending champions Real Madrid will be wary of.

"We will make decisions that will improve the team and we will sign players who make us even more successful".

"People are trying to put pressure on me?" he said, laughing.

Zidane's side have beaten Paris Saint-Germain, Juventus and Bayern - this season's French, Italian and German champions - in the knockout rounds, but Klopp still believes his team can upset the odds at the Olympic Stadium.

Much has been made of Klopp's record in finals and the fact is that he's had one win from six finals as a manager but most of those were against stronger and more established teams. He's shown that this year and he's got a...

Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool were nowhere near the conversation for the final at the beginning of the campaign and their progress to the last 16 didn't suggest that was likely to change.

"I know exactly how I have to play", insisted Marcelo on Friday.

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Curiously, Liverpool and Real Madrid have already met once in a European Cup final, with the Reds winning 1-0 thanks to a late goal from Alan Kennedy in 1981.

Ronaldo is looking to join an esteemed group of 10 players to win five European Cups by scoring in his fourth separate final.

"I still don't think we have realised the scale of what we are doing, but when all this is over we will".

"Do all the things you want in a football game because it is only a football game, a big one for sure, but only a football game".

"I don't think I have been brought to win the Champions League final".

Liverpool and Real Madrid are set to go face-to-face in Kiev on Saturday night to aim of becoming kings of Europe.

"I know how I lost the finals, it didn't change my life", said Klopp, a two-time Bundesliga champion with Dortmund.

Liverpool, who play in England's Premier League, boast two goal-scoring powerhouses in Egypt's Mohamed Salah and Brazil's Roberto Firmino. "When you get to the game it's just 11 against 11".

'That's the most hard job for a manager, but I have to take that responsibility on and make that choice for the team'.

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