Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson Becker admits next week’s Champions League final is the biggest match of his career.
Liverpool chief executive Peter Moore will raise the issue of ticket allocations with UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin when the pair meet for the Champions League final in Madrid next week.
Liverpool midfielder Naby Keita’s recovery from a thigh problem is ahead of schedule but he is unlikely to be fit enough to feature in the Champions League final.
Liverpool midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is dreaming of playing a part in the Champions League final after injury denied him a role 12 months ago.
Forward Roberto Firmino has given Liverpool a Champions League final boost by returning to training.
Defender Dejan Lovren believes Liverpool will be title contenders again next season as they are still improving under Jurgen Klopp.
Defender Joe Gomez admits it hurt having to watch Liverpool’s “historic” season from the sidelines.
Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum believes their “wonderful” season deserves to be rewarded with a trophy.
Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder has been named League Managers Association Manager of the Year, with Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola earlier confirmed as Premier League Manager of the Year.
Liverpool finished the Premier League with a record runners-up points tally of 97, just one behind Manchester City, and are in their second successive Champions League final next month.
Liverpool midfielder James Milner is looking for Champions League redemption in Madrid next month.
A frustrated Virgil Van Dijk is looking to finish the season on a high with a Champions League triumph after being pipped to the title by Manchester City.
Liverpool’s players will not be weighed down by the disappointment of missing out on the Premier League title as they prepare for the Champions League final, according to sports psychologist Richard Cox.
Liverpool chairman Tom Werner insists the club will only get stronger with more backing from owners Fenway Sports Group after narrowly missing out on a first title in 29 years.
Jurgen Klopp is confident Liverpool will again challenge Manchester City for the Premier League next season after just missing out on a first title in 29 years.
In the end it was fitting. A title race which stood out for the remarkable consistency of the two contenders ended with both finishing with victories – enough for Manchester City to retain their crown. City were perhaps less than comfortable as they fell behind at Brighton but if anything it probably helped as they awoke from an early lethargy and ran out 4-1 winners.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp congratulated Manchester City but hailed his side’s own brilliant season after finishing second in a thrilling Premier League title race.
Manchester City edged out Liverpool to secure a successful defence of their Premier League crown as a thrilling title race went down to the final match of the 2018/2019 season.
Liverpool dreams of a first league title in 29 years were crushed despite a 2-0 win over Wolves.
Manchester City have ended the season as many expected but their latest title success has been no repeat of last season’s Premier League procession.