Liverpool have no fresh injury concerns as they prepare for the biggest game of their season with Real Madrid on Saturday in Kiev, according to the club’s official website.
The Reds will be looking to lift the trophy they last picked up in Turkey back in 2005 after a miracle night against AC Milan and Jurgen Klopp will know his side will be in for a battle.
Real Madrid are current champions and will be looking to retain the title for the third campaign in a row, but Liverpool will feel confident they can end the La Liga giant’s dominance of European football.
The Anfield outfit will be under no illusions that the match will be difficult, however, after impressing during the earlier stages, they will feel they can go on and beat anyone put in front of them.
The Reds have proved to be an attacking force this season, with the likes of Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane up front, although there will be concern that their defence and goalkeeper has been a bit shaky at times.
However, Klopp will have been boosted by the news that James Milner and Emre Can are both available for the tie, with the Englishman having recovered from a minor muscular problem, whereas the Germany international is fit following his back issue.
They will continue to be without Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (knee), Joe Gomez (ankle), and Joel Matip (thigh) with long-term injuries, although the return of Adam Lallana would also be an added boost for the manager.