I would love to go to the final…Jurgen Klopp shares his “ambition” and “stance” for the Europa League

I would love to go to the final...Jurgen Klopp shares his "ambition" and "stance" for the Europa League Team

Liverpool finished 5th in the Premier League last season and missed out on Champions League qualification. They will be competing in the Europa League for the first time in a long time, and when they were assigned to “Group E,” they were placed in the same group as LASK, Royal Union Saint-Giroudes, and Toulouse.

Liverpool’s first match will be at LASK’s home stadium on Thursday evening, September 21. Ahead of the competition for the first time since the 2015/16 season, when they lost to Sevilla in the final, manager Jurgen Klopp expressed his desire to reach the finals despite the strong field.

“First and foremost, I think we all have to make sure that we all respect the competition in the right manner, that we respect the opponents in the right manner,”

“Wherever we go it will be a massive game for the teams, everybody who comes to Anfield it will be a massive game. In the [UEFA] Champions League [it was] the same but it will be here as well, and we have to be 100 per cent ready for that.”

“We want to go as far as somehow possible. I would love to go to the final, obviously, but I have no clue if we can reach that because there will be a lot of fantastic football teams in between us and that target, so we have to make sure we perform.”

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Liverpool’s hopes for a top finish are growing, as they are strong enough to compete in the Champions League. However, strong and curvy clubs, led by the Spaniards, who have made it to the final every time, will be looking for the crown.

Can Liverpool make it to the final like they did in the 2015/16 season?