Harry Kane's challenge to Mohamed Salah

GETTYLiverpool fan performed a classy tribute to Rafa Benitez

GETTYLiverpool fan performed a classy tribute to Rafa Benitez

"The UEFA Champions League final is set to be a classic and we can't wait to bring it to football fans across the United Kingdom".

Liverpool's season, therefore, comes down to Brighton and Real Madrid.

The Reds have so far been playing hardball over Real's attempts to sign the prolific Egypt forward, as the two clubs prepare to meet in the Champions League final on May 26.

"Perfect", Klopp said. "That is for us like a little preseason".

"To have Liverpool in the UEFA Champions League final is fantastic", said Pete Oliver, BT Consumer's marketing and sales managing director. "It is a big thing".

That saw him win the race for the Golden Boot, finishing two ahead of the Tottenham striker, whose double in a 5-4 win against Leicester took his tally to 30.

"The players are trying to help me a lot now to score goals, because they know now I am in for the Golden Boot".

But according to the report by Spanish media outlet Don Balon, Liverpool coach would allow Mohamed Salah to leave only if Real Madrid can give them the cash, Dani Ceballos and Keylor Navas.

Liverpool were allowed to rest easy with Salah and Sadio Mane withdrawn before Andy Robertson added a fourth.

Boss Mauricio Pochettino has appeared to challenge Spurs chairman Daniel Levy to match that spending this summer and "take risks" while also suggesting the club need to review their strategy if they want to start winning trophies.

He then moved to Hull in 2014, where he played in two Premier League campaigns that both ended in relegation, before joining Liverpool for £8million last summer.

"These are a team that we are all hoping will win the Champions League in a couple of weeks - that's the level, we fell short of that level today".

'You can put yourself there with legends that won the Champions League.

However, Kane had the final say with his 41st of the season to head to the World Cup in fine form.

According to The Mirror, Liverpool are still interested in the Argentine global, with the 25-year-old enjoying a decent if not overly impressive campaign with the Hammers having scored three goals and provided nine assists in 28 appearances this season.

"Of course!" he said.

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