Giggs backs Bale & Real Madrid to beat Liverpool in Champions League final

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"I think it's normal that Real Madrid are interested in all the best players in the world, that's exactly how it has to be and how the club should work, but I don't think Salah is going to leave". This was announced by the mayor of the capital Vitali Klitschko.

"Let's just live in hope that United win the FA Cup and our friend and boy Cristiano (Ronaldo) turns up, scores a lovely little hat-trick".

We are all tremendously proud of LFC's achievement and you can already feel the buzz around the city ahead of the final.

Liverpool have still got their biggest test to come against Real Madrid.

A man who claimed two Champions League winners' medals during his playing career added: "It's a fantastic game, two clubs that have got brilliant history of course in the European Cup, Champions League".

Salah may yet win Liverpool a sixth Champions League title this May, but that looks now like being his last game for the Merseyside giants if Don Balon's report proves correct. We all know how that one turned out.

"Honestly, I have to say we were a little bit surprised when we won 5-0 against FC Porto, because they're a top team".

Liverpool have made a habit of punishing teams with relentless blitzes in games. There are a few moments that are hard [to overcome] but when you've overcome them, you can go even further for another 30 minutes.

The Manchester United legend said: 'I shouldn't say this but yeah I hope so [Bale wins the Champions League]! They are also doing that for the Europa League final, which is between Marseille and Atletico Madrid which is being broadcasted tonight.

Jurgen Klopp's aspect have been put by their paces overseas having concluded the Premier League season with a momentum-building 4-Zero rout over Brighton.

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