Liverpool ace Mohamed Salah says he’s excited by their looming Cup finals.
Salah will face familiar foes at Wembley as he plays his former side, having left Chelsea for Roma in 2016.
Speaking on his former club, Salah claimed that his departure from Stamford Bridge set him on the right path.
“Before 2018, some said that I could not do anything after leaving Chelsea, but I continued and did great things, I think in a positive way and try to be on the right path,” he said.
The Reds face a rematch of their 2018 Champions League final, which saw Real Madrid emerge victorious, and Salah in particular will be out for revenge on May 28.
He sustained an early injury during the clash in Kyiv after a run in with former Real defender Sergio Ramos and appears to still be clinging to the memory.
“I remember the last final against Real Madrid as if it was yesterday. We are well prepared and hopefully we can take our revenge in the next final,” he said.
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