Mohamed Salah and Co lap up the Spanish sun as Jurgen Klopp’s men enjoy warm-weather training camp ahead of Champions League final
- Liverpool were in high spirits as they enjoyed some warm-weather training
- Jurgen Klopp took his side to Marbella as they prepare for Real Madrid next week
- The Premier League side face Real in the Champions League final on May 26
As the Champions League final quickly approaches, it would seem that the Liverpool squad were unfazed by the pressure as they joked around during their warm-weather training camp on Wednesday.
The Premier League side also enjoyed some bike riding as majority of the squad sensibly donned a helmet before hitting the road for some cycling.
Mohamed Salah enjoys the warm-weather training camp with his Liverpool team-mates
The Premier League side go out for a bike ride at the Marbella Football Center on Wednesday
Klopp’s men use the foam rollers to ease tension in their muscles after a tough session
Roberto Firmino (right) has a laugh with his team-mates on a sunny Wednesday afternoon
It’s not the first time Klopp has took his Liverpool team to Marbella for some warm-weather training having recently taken them in February during a hectic festive period.
It was evident that it was just what the players needed, as they took part in a mobility session after being put through their paces in the hot Spanish sun.
Klopp will be making sure his players are focused and that they are confident enough to carry out his game plan in Kiev but the German boss will also ensure they’re in high spirits in the build up to the big day.
Alberto Moreno struggles to hide his pain during a cool-down session in Marbella
Sadio Mane (centre), Virgil Van Dijk (left) and Danny Ings (right) are put through their paces
Danny Ward (left) and Moreno (right) joke around as they use the foam rollers on Wednesday
Ahead of next week’s final, Crisitano Ronaldo gave Real Madrid fans that he will be fit in time to face Liverpool in Kiev.
The 33-year-old forward missed Saturday’s 6-0 La Liga victory over Celta Vigo — and the 3-2 win over Sevilla in the previous match — with an ankle injury sustained in the 2-2 draw at Barcelona earlier this month.
But the Portugal international tweeted a photo of himself on the training pitch with the ‘OK’ emoji after Tuesday’s session to indicate he could be on the way to recovery for the May 26 showpiece.
Fans who have been unable to get their hands on tickets have been given a little bit of a boost this week, with BT Sport announcing the match will be screened live via YouTube.
The broadcaster has agreed to make the final of Europe’s elite competition available for all with record viewing figures expected.
Adam Lallana (front right) limbers up ahead of Liverpool’s Champions League final with Real
Jurgen Klopp oversees his side stretching after a tough workout on Wednesday afternoon
The Liverpool manager smiles for the cameras as he rides his bike to training