UEFA Champions League: Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp said he would personally move any of his players to another club if they wished to leave Liverpool after the Premier League side failed to qualify for the Champions League. Follow UEFA Champions League Live updates on insidesport.in
Liverpool would end the season in fifth place, qualifying for the Europa League, but missing out on Europe’s major competition for the first time since Klopp’s first full season at the Anfield club.
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Mohamed Salah said that he was “completely devastated” Liverpool had failed to secure Champions League qualification but Klopp said there were no concerns about the embattled forward’s future at the club.
“No worries (about Salah’s future)… Obviously Mo loved being here and Mo was part of it. He said he’s sorry for what ‘we’ did, not ‘sorry for what other people did, but I had to go with them’. Not at all, it’s all right Klopp said.
“If a player comes to me and says, ‘Oh, we didn’t qualify for the Champions League, I have to leave,’ I’ll take him to another club. I’ll take the keys and say, ‘Get in the car, where are you? Want to go? I’ll drive you.’
“That would be something I could never understand. It’s like saying: ‘We didn’t qualify for the Champions League and I need to work in the Champions League, so I go.’ I’m responsible for this mess, so you can’t go through these moments. Liverpool have reached three Champions League finals under Klopp, winning the title in 2019.
The second-tier Europa League has long been derided as a “silly prize” and the German manager said he was unfamiliar with that word
“What’s a booby? I needed to be in fifth grade to learn that word. Not for me,” He added.
“The level at which we usually perform is about the Champions League because of the money, the opponents and all that. But I like European competitions.
“I know there’s no difference when you play. People might think, ‘It’s just the Europa League’ but I’m 100% sure that on Thursday night, whoever the opponent is, the first whistle will rock Anfield.” Will do. And that’s all I need.
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