Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos Has Cutting Message For Liverpool Coach Jurgen Klopp

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And, ahead of Real's UEFA Super Cup clash with Atletico Madrid on Wednesday, Ramos made a decision to open fire on Klopp's losing record in cup finals.

"There have been many repercussions after what happened to Salah in the Champions League final".

And Klopp believes the converted right-back could have a part to play in central defence as the season goes on, particularly given Klavan's impending move to Cagliari.

Klopp has regularly had a pop at Ramos for his altercation with Mo Salah which left the Egyptian with a dislocated shoulder and forced him off the pitch in the first half of the 3-1 defeat, and the Real Madrid skipper has responded.

After a public and distasteful exchange between the pair over the summer, Ramos appears to have dealt the final blow to Klopp with his latest comments.

He scored two goals in his time at Liverpool, one in a League Cup win over Derby County and the other was the famous injury time victor against Burnley in New Year's Day eight months ago.

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"I have given my opinion on the matter".

As the social media tidal wave against Ramos gained pace, Jurgen Klopp finally broke his silence on the incident in July by comparing the Real Madrid man to a wrestler, saying his challenge was "ruthless and brutal". I have no intention of hurting a player deliberately, ” said Ramos on Tuesday.

The two Spaniards are known for being among the most aggressive players in world football, and they showed that once again on Wednesday night. If he leaves then I've said yes'.

Graced with the pace of a particularly heavy rock, Klavan nonetheless held his own throughout the vast majority of his Premier League career and proved an able deputy when others were injured or unavailable. 'So, overall, I think it's a good thing for the team'.

"It's nice because it could be completely different and we do feel in a good moment". It was very important to get confidence ahead of the season.

However, Metro also reports that after the game ended, Costa was quick to dispel the rumour of any bad blood between the pair: "Everyone knows I admire Ramos".

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