We're all hoping Liverpool win the Champions League, says Brighton boss

We're all hoping Liverpool win the Champions League, says Brighton boss

We're all hoping Liverpool win the Champions League, says Brighton boss

'Two years ago it was the Europa League final (which Liverpool lost to Sevilla) but the Champions League final is the highest you can play for a club so everyone will look forward to it.

But Madrid have a serious piece on firepower in their locker as well: Cristiano Ronaldo.

Liverpool face off against Real Madrid in the Champions League final later this month, in a much-anticipated game.

The Egypt worldwide 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.

We'd be remiss if we didn't include the emergence of Mohamed Salah as one of the significant events of the past season.

The Egypt global claimed the Golden Boot, adding to numerous individual honours he has already won this season, including the PFA Players' Player of the Year and FWA Footballer of the Year.

"When I arrived we had 13 points".

Liverpool qualified for the Champions League at the expense of Chelsea, Swansea was relegated, and champion Manchester City made it to 100 points as the loose ends were tied up on the final day of the Premier League season on Sunday. We will do a little tactical stuff, a little fitness work, keep them in shape and then five days again to prepare for the last game.

"He played this season, which was outstanding, but he's young enough, and has enough potential to improve still". You need to be courageous.

Speaking to Egypt Today, the 25-year-old revealed: "I did meet him twice - in our match here at Anfield [Liverpool vs Manchester United] and in the other match in Manchester".

"We need to be going to Kiev with a lot of confidence", he told liverpoolfc.com.

Despite scored loads and loads of goals this season, Liverpool go into the final league game in a position where they do not need to score a solitary goal to seal Champions League qualification for next season; that is as long as they don't let one in either.

"We are not this type of club that is going to invest insane money", Pochettino reminded right off the bat, but the Argentine made it very clear that he feels more is required if Tottenham are to continue challenging for trophies after finishing third, second and third in successive PL seasons: "You know me, maybe sometimes I have insane ideas".

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