Liverpool Team News
The left-back tried to dissect what worked and what went wrong for Liverpool in their 1-0 loss to Real Madrid in the Champions League final.
Three guesses when it was.
Liverpool’s no. 9 is currently set to leave on a free in 2023,
It’s been an exceptional first season for Konaté at Liverpool, and a win on Saturday would make it just about perfect.
There is no greater prize in club football than the Champions League, and there may be no more motivated player heading into Saturday’s final than Salah.
What motivation? Like revenge? Nah, says Henderson.
Klopp doesn’t like the idea of the Champions League final being a chance for revenge, but he does see it as a chance to correct the mistakes of 2018.
The star forward doesn’t want to talk about his contract until the season ends but says whatever happens he’ll be at Liverpool next season.
Positive news for Liverpool on the injury front ahead of the final against Real Madrid, but Thiago remains a doubt.
The former Liverpool and Real Madrid midfielder is looking forward to a clash between two sets of mentality monsters.
The 25-year-old centre half was fourth choice this season and many believed his future was away from Anfield with Aston Villa linked.
James Milner praised the team’s inexhaustible drive forward this season.
Origi suffered a muscle injury in training the day before the Wolves match, while Thiago likely pulled a muscle during the game itself. Both players are unlikely to be fit for the Champions League final next weekend.
There’s more than one title that has come down to the last day.
Liverpool head into the final day of the season needing former captain and current Aston Villa manager Steven Gerrard to get a result.
The Reds remain in contention for two more trophies but regardless the outcome of the league and Champions League there will be a parade.
The penalty shootout hero was vital in the match against Southampton on Tuesday - another tough win from behind.
The Reds, already underdogs to overtake Manchester City, would only make things more difficult by worrying about City vs. Aston Villa.
Another come-from-behind victory takes the Premier League title challenge to the last day.
The Liverpool manager expects his side to be a little more relaxed—in a good way—when they face Southampton.
It’s been a long season but Andy Robertson isn’t especially worried about finding energy for the last few games.
The Liverpool manager thinks the chances of Manchester City dropping points two games in a row is slim but won’t let that impact his approach to Southampton.
The narrative gods have decided they want more Barclay’s drama as Manchester City are held by West Ham, opening the door for Liverpool in the final week of the season