Jurgen Klopp’s side has already proven its worth, winning a slew of titles in the Premier League, domestic cups, and Europe since 2018.
The match against Real Madrid, however, represents a watershed moment for the club, considering they were defeated by the Spanish giants four years ago.
With a win over Carlo Ancelotti‘s side, the Reds will be anxious to demonstrate their progress as a team.
And, before the crucial match in Paris, the Reds defender has not only declared himself fit but has also issued a warning to the Spanish club.
He informed Liverpool’s club media, “I am totally well.” “No issues and I’m looking forward to Saturday.”
“I’m taking a break after playing so many games and experiencing so many tough moments.” I believe that taking that small impact in the FA Cup final signaled to my body that it needed to relax.
“Now I’m fine, and I’m looking forward to a fantastic evening.”
“We’ve progressed a lot, we’ve gained more experience, we’ve added some new players, and we’ve retained a lot of others.”
“It was our first final together, and our style of play has evolved.” When you live in a final, a lot of things are taken away from you; this is what happened to us in Madrid.
“We played against one of the best teams in Champions League history, and we’ll have to be at our best to take the cup, hopefully.”