Published: Sat, April 14, 2018
Sports | By Sarah Myers

Liverpool can not be distracted by Roma tie, says Jurgen Klopp

Liverpool can not be distracted by Roma tie, says Jurgen Klopp

But speaking before the draw was conducted, Pallotta opened up on the Salah deal and said they were under financial pressure to sell.

"I'm really pleased for myself and my staff but particularly my players, they are having a really outstanding season", Dyche told the Premier League website. I just like the followers there and they also love me too. We had been very shut to at least one one other and we're good associates.

'Of course, I have happy memories.

"The two games against Roma will be about qualifying for the next round, which would be the final, and all the other games are about qualifying for the Champions League next year".

Roma may have lost Salah to Liverpool last summer but Reds boss Jurgen Klopp insisted their display against Barcelona this week epitomised how strong they still are. It will be two hard games. You saw the two games against Barcelona.

Mohamed Salah has been awarded with the Premier League Player of the Month award for March, breaking a record in the process.

He has scored seven goals in his past four games in all competitions, and is determined to lead Liverpool past Roma, the team it defeated in the 1984 European Cup final.

"Around nine months ago he came in to make the next step in his career - and he did it". "We need to think about ourselves, and try to reproduce what we were able to show against Barcelona".

The official AS Roma English Twitter account paid tribute the the 39-goal hitman after the Champions League semi-final draw was made earlier today.

"But we didn't sit there and say, let's get rid of Sallah".

"Who we got in the draw mattered little: all the sides at this point are great", he said.

Salah and Firmino were on target to turn the second leg around in the second-half and take the prolific front three's tally for the season to a combined 79 goals. "A enormous fixture, in a very positive way", said Bayern coach Jupp Heynckes, whose club have been knocked out by Spanish opposition in the last four seasons.

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