Liverpool captain Mohamed Salah has sent a warning message to Real Madrid while they get ready to meet in the Champions League final in Paris on Saturday..
This comes two days after Liverpool defeated Manchester City in the Premier League on the weekend.
On the last day of the season, City moved one day after beating Aston Villa 3-2 to become the top 20 team table with 93 points, one point in front of Liverpool, who’ve also won their final game of the time period. 3-1 at Anfield against Wolverhampton Wanderers.
This’s what Salah posted on social media the day after obtaining the Premier League title.
Salah posted on his Twitter account prior to the show in Paris, “We have not done it yet.
Salah made the comments one day after Real Madrid striker Fede Valverde criticised the African player for disliking the rival’s logo.
Valverde made reference to Salah’s remarks on social media saying the Reds had “accounts to settle” with the LaLiga Champions in the champions League final.
They’re words that anyone can take as they wish. “I’m your adversary and I believe it’s disrespectful to the shield of Real Madrid, to the players,” stated the 23-year-old Uruguayan international.
“we just have to do the best we are able to and try to explain why we’re in the final and ideally we can give another glass of love to Real Madrid and the fans.
After defeating Villarreal 5-2 on aggregate to book his spot in the final, Salah took to his social media pages to voice his desire to play Los Blancos in the last rather than their semi-final opponents Manchester City, aiming to revenge a 3 – 1 defeat against the same opponents in the 2018 final in Kyiv.
Although Liverpool progressed to the Yellow Submarine, Real Madrid made it to the final following a 6-5 – aggregate victory over Manchester City..