Moreno: "I don't agree that Real Madrid are favourites"
The left-back spoke to El Larguero and said he wasn't expecting a Champions League final and also spoke about Klopp, Bale, Cristiano Ronaldo and the national team.
Liverpool left-back, Alberto Moreno, spoke to El Larguero as his side gear up for the Champions League final against Real Madrid. Moreno has played against Real Madrid five times and was beaten in four of those games with a solitary win with Sevilla in LaLiga the only joy he has experienced against Saturday's opponents.
Final of the Champions League: "The truth is that I didn't imagine getting to the final of the Champions League. It's a complicated thing to do, having a good season in Europe, facing really good teams."
Klopp: "He is a manager who extracts as much as he can. He also has a funny side and when it's time to work, he always wants to win."
Salaha-Mané-Firmino: "I have a soft spot for Firmino. He is a player that has everything. Football is about goals. Salah has had an incredible season and Mané has saved games. The three have had good campaigns and have played with hope and enthusiasm all year."
Starting place: "I have bad luck with the injury in December. I got the starting job. I went with the national team and after that got injured. I recovered and during that time the starting place was taken."
Bale or Benzema: "In the end, all Madrid players are good and they work really well. It is going to be a complicated game. We are having a good year and we are hopeful."
Real Madrid as favourites: "That is what they say in Spain. I'm not in agreement. People can give it to who they want. We avoid these comments that say Real Madrid will win it easily."
Take a player away from Real Madrid: "Cristiano is someone who makes a difference. He can pop up at any moment and make a difference."
National team: "I didn't have much expectation because I was out injured since December. When I was starting, I saw possibilities."