Liverpool's planning-friendly match in Marbella, while Jurgen Klopp wants to work his party in prime form before the Champions League final
- Liverpool faces Tottenham in the final of the Champions League in Madrid on June 1
- The Wanda Metropolitano clash comes almost three weeks after the last Reds game
- Jurgen Klopp is said to be a friendly member of his side this weekend
- Klopp wants to give Roberto Firmino a run-out after his return from an injury
Liverpool is reportedly looking for a friendly match in Marbella this weekend while their preparations for the Champions League final are getting faster.
Jurgen Klopp & # 39; s side takes on Premier League rivals Tottenham in the biggest club match in European football next Saturday.
The June 1 clash in Madrid comes almost three weeks after the last domestic game of the Reds of the season and Klopp takes measures to ensure that his players don't get off to a rusty start.
Liverpool is reportedly looking for a friendly lead over the Champions League final
The Jurgen Klopp side is currently enjoying a training camp for warm weather conditions in Marbella
Liverpool is currently out in Marbella and is enjoying some warm weather training and, according to the Guardian, the Reds are friendly for this weekend.
Klopp wants his players to enjoy a number of match promotions before they want to win their sixth European Cup when confronted with Spurs in the Wanda Metropolitano.
It is claimed that Liverpool opponents still have to be decided before the friends, with many teams still taking domestic action and some countries planning for upcoming internationals.
If they fail to find a senior team, Liverpool will reportedly settle for an academy or an Under-23 team to give them more match exercises.
The Liverpool chief is particularly keen to give Roberto Firmino a run-out after his return
Liverpool is training for the Champions League final with Tottenham in Madrid on 1 June
Klopp is supposed to be particularly enthusiastic about giving Roberto Firmino a run-out. The striker has returned to training in Spain and has missed Liverpool & # 39; s previous three games with a groin problem.
Young Liverpool forward Sheyi Ojo, meanwhile, is in line to earn a new five-year deal with the Reds, it is claimed.
The 21-year-old has been loaned to the French club Stade de Reims and he will enjoy more experience from the first team away from Anfield after he has put pen on paper. The Rangers of Steven Gerrard are considered to be one of the interested clubs.
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