Jurgen Klopp refuses to think about Champions League final

Liverpool's Mohamed Salah celebrates his side's first goal in their 4-0 victory over Brighton & Hove Albion at Anfield

DAVE THOMPSON AP Liverpool's Mohamed Salah celebrates his side's first goal in their 4-0 victory over Brighton & Hove Albion at Anfield

Lallana's return could not be better timed with the Champions League final against Real Madrid little more than two weeks away and Gareth Southgate naming his squad for the World Cup in Russian Federation on May 16. He stated: "I was here like four years ago and a lot of people said he couldn't [have] success, that I cannot play in the Premier League, [that] it was very hard for him", Salah said. With Premier League safety already assured they have little to play for, but Chris Hughton will make sure that they play for pride and for their travelling fans.

Champions City have enjoyed a remarkable campaign under Pep Guardiola, smashing Premier League records for points earned, goals scored and games won.

Stevie Nicol and Craig Burley are confident Liverpool will get at least a point versus Brighton to secure Champions League football next season. But I have no problem concentrating on Brighton.

"To be honest, it was always in my mind when I left Chelsea", the Liverpool player said. Klopp has suggested he will resist the temptation to rest Mohamed Salah, Virgil van Dijk or any of his other key players in order to keep them fresh for the Champions League final, noting the fact that it does not take place until 13 days after the Brighton game.

If Chelsea win their final game against Newcastle - then the Blues will snatch 4th place.

"We had so many tests to pass and the boys really delivered in almost all of them". This has been a journey shared by our supporters and, unlike us in the team, their travel, accommodation and tickets are not laid on for them.

"As a manager I'd prefer he goes home after the [club's] awards and relax but he was early enough in bed, we organised it as much as possible".

Former Spurs midfielder Jenas explained what Liverpool FC need to do to prepare for the Champions League final.

"Away games at the likes of Liverpool are quite daunting because you know what can happen if you get it wrong, but more so they are also very exciting to be involved in and challenging because we know we will have to be at a good level to get something".

One would struggle to think of a more impactful debut season than that which Mohamed Salah is now enjoying at Liverpool.

With the title wrapped up weeks ago, Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has kept the champions motivated by asking them to rewrite the record books. They share the journey times, the delays, the cost and sacrifice of time to prioritise supporting this great club.

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