Liverpool physio Pons: Salah doesn't blame Ramos

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says the injury to Mohamed Salah in the Champions League Final had an effect on the game

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says the injury to Mohamed Salah in the Champions League Final had an effect on the game

Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has admitted that it came as a huge shock when Zinedine Zidane announced that he will be stepping down as the club's manager.

The Liverpool forward was injured in the first half of Saturday's Champions League final against Real Madrid and left the field in tears.

"I'll ask for compensation, which could exceed €1bn (N419bn), for the physical and psychological harm that Ramos gave Salah and the Egyptian people". He knows that I wanted to sign him more than anyone as a player, as well as a coach. "I think it would be hard to keep winning if I stayed". "This team must keep winning, and it needs a change after 3 years, another voice, another method of working", Zidane said.

"It's a odd moment to do so, I know, but an important one too".

Zidane took charge of 149 games at Madrid, losing just 16 of them.

Zidane made the announcement at the capital club's Valdebebas training ground on Tuesday evening.

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"After the final whistle, I was really angry at Ramos, because he hurt the player that I support, the one I was hoping could win the Champions League".

"That's why I chose to take this decision".

Petition supporters point out that Ramos intentionally injured Salah and in their opinion, he set a bad example for future generations of players.

"I would love for him to be by my side forever".

The English club provided this update on their team website following the game with manager Jurgen Klopp saying it "doesn't look good", but there has been more news since his comments.

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