Sergio Ramos: Real Madrid not scared of Mo Salah threat

Jurgen Klopp

Sergio Ramos: Real Madrid not scared of Mo Salah threat

"Jurgen Klopp and his players can not afford their thoughts to drift in that direction as there's still work to be done in the Premier League".

Zidane will no doubt be praying Carvajal will be fit for the clash against Liverpool particularly with Mane in such red-hot form.

He made five changes for each of the Reds' recent league games before Roma-against West Brom and Stoke.

"Do we have the widest squad in world football at the moment?" Sadly for them they don't.

"We are ready to defend our title for a second time - we won't let it go easily. And when I had a chance to come back, I said yeah, it's time to come back to England". But they were strong where it counted finishing their chances and beating Bayern 4-3 over two legs.

Stamford Bridge has been a lucky ground for the Reds of late.

Even as they ordered pizza and slurped beer from the top of their open-top bus down Las Ramblas this week, it was noticeable how many interviews still referenced the disappointment in Rome.

"You know the real reason they have bought the tickets is so they can go and watch the Rolling Stones". Once the dam is cracked, so to speak, the water often just gushes through. "We try everything to be 100 percent ready, that's it".

They also have a cup competition to contend with, and face Manchester United in the FA Cup final at Wembley in two weeks.

Perhaps the rise of City has somewhat diminished what was once quite a nasty rivalry, but Chelsea vs.

However earning a Champions League spot for next season could secure his stay if Roman Abramovic gives him another opportunity.

"There is a financial thing but we want to be there, to play the best teams in Europe", he said.

Salah greets the Liverpool fans.

"It's disrespectful for the other players, for my players, for the other clubs". Of course it helps that he plays in a team set up to highlight his strengths and hide his weaknesses, but that's just good coaching.

The email was said to have been sent out because of a "technical problem of Roma's ticketing portal partner" when the club was making "ticketing tests". Liverpool will take any favours right now, while doing their usual trick of making an apparently safe situation completely fraught. "Then Brighton (on the final day) could be very important as well".

More Champions League football next season as the holders? He is one goal away from setting a new Premier League record of scoring 32 goals in a single campaign. You are asking my opinion since the first game of the season, after the Burnley defeat.

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