UCL Final: You Disrespected Real Madrid Badge, Players – Valverde To Salah’s Revenge Wishes

Real Madrid midfielder, Fede Valverde, has responded to Liverpool ace Mohamed Salah’s revenge wishes after the Los Blancos defeated Manchester City in the UEFA Champions League semi-final second-leg a few days ago.

Salah had revealed he wanted to face Real Madrid in the final before Carlo Ancelotti’s side defeated Man City 3-1 at the Santiago Bernabeu to qualify for the final in Paris.

The Egyptian captain relished the chance to get revenge on the LaLiga champions, tweeting after their victory over Manchester City: “We have a score to settle.”

Real Madrid will now face Liverpool in the Champions League final in Stade de France on Saturday.

It would be a repeat of the 2018 showpiece event, where Liverpool lost 3-1 against Real Madrid.

And Valverde believes Salah disrespected the Real Madrid badge and players over his comments.

In an interview with Spain’s ‘Club del Deportista’ magazine and published by Marca on Monday, Valverde said: “Obviously, they are words that everyone can take however they want.

“I’m his opponent, and it’s like disrespecting the Real Madrid badge, the players… The only thing we must do is give our best, try to show why we are in the final and let’s hope we can give another trophy to the fans and to Real Madrid.”

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