Liverpool kick off their Europa League adventure tonight, September 21, with elite winger Mohammed Salah tipped to be the advantage for the English side.
Manager Jurgen Klopp is taking the competition, UEFA’s second-most prestigious after the Champions League, seriously but is expected to experiment with his line-up during the six group games after a summer of rebuilding, according to The Athletic.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp targets UEL success after recent Champions League triumphs. Their journey begins against LASK in Linz, Austria, as Klopp aims to secure the one major trophy that has eluded him since joining Anfield in October 2015. According to him, the plan is to make it “their competition.”
Liverpool has high expectations for this season’s final in Dublin on May 22, which is conveniently close to home with just an hour’s flight away. Salah could be the key player to make the difference for Klopp’s team.