Published: Fri, August 17, 2018
Sport | By Joe Gonzales

Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos hits back at Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp

Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos hits back at Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp

Further outgoings seem likely, led by Estonia worldwide Ragnar Klavan's expected £2million switch to Cagliari.

Fabinho, Xherdan Shaqiri and Alisson Becker have all arrived at the club, with Naby Keita also joining up after the Reds agreed a deal to sign him from RB Leipzig last summer. "I have no intention of hurting a player deliberately", he said, according to Sport. "Now he is fit, which is good".

"We will let other people talk about the challenges, and it is down to us to just go out there and perform, and get as many points as we can".

They have a very good understanding - on a personal level as well. [He will] hopefully be able to be in the squad on Monday.

Not for Jurgen Klopp though with Nat Phillips taking his chance to impress on the recent tour to the States.

Sergio Ramos in action during the 2017-18 Champions league final in Kiev.

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He told reporters (via the Liverpool Echo): "It's not the first final he's lost, (maybe) he wants to use that as an excuse for losing".

'It was a victory that we had been looking for a long time, I am very happy, ' he said after the game. "He [Zaha] scored but they played real football and I think three or four of their new players were not even in the squad or didn't start". That will not happen.

"We are not in a financial situation where we have to [let players go]". But I really think we could give a few players the opportunity [to leave] but we have to see what happens. "I have no number in my mind at the moment".

It all started in the first half of the Champions League final in May when Salah was pulled down under a challenge from Ramos.

'Atletico have always had an ambitious project, we can get anywhere with work, humility. "That's what we have to do again and again and again". It's getting better and better, which is important. We have to develop.

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