Dejan Lovren makes sure he sits next to best mate Mohamed Salah on the plane for Liverpool’s Champions League final trip to Madrid
- We saw another glimpse of Mohamed Salah and Dejan Lovren’s friendship
- Lovren shouted ‘Mo’ a few times on the plane in order to get his attention
- Liverpool players arrived at John Lennon Airport ahead of Saturday’s final
Dejan Lovren was desperate to sit next to his best mate Mohamed Salah on Liverpool’s trip to Madrid for the Champions League final.
The Reds duo are known for their cosy relationship and we saw another glimpse of their friendship on Liverpool’s Instagram account on Friday.
Lovren shouted ‘Mo’ a few times on the plane to Spain in order to get his attention and to show him that two seats were available for them to sit next to each other.
Dejan Lovren was desperate to sit next to Mohamed Salah on Liverpool’s trip to Madrid
We saw another glimpse of their friendship on Liverpool’s Instagram account on Friday
Lovren shouted ‘Mo’ a few times on the plane to Spain in order to get the Eyptian’s attention
Liverpool players arrived at John Lennon Airport earlier in the day and boarded their plane to Madrid ahead of the final.
The Reds take on Premier League rivals Tottenham at the Wanda Metropolitano in the competition’s first all-English final since 2008.
Jurgen Klopp and his playing staff were spotted arriving at Liverpool’s airport just before midday on Friday before they boarded their flight to the Spanish capital.
Salah greeted the fans waiting for them outside the terminal building and high-fived some of them as he made his way inside.
The Egyptian forward will be hoping he fares better in this season’s final than in Kiev 12 months ago when he was forced off injured in the first half against Real Madrid.
Defender Virgil van Dijk was first off the bus and he strolled past the fans while listening to music.
He joined fellow Dutchman, and Liverpool’s hero from the thrilling semi-final victory over Barcelona, Gini Wijnaldum as they boarded the plane.
Manager Jurgen Klopp looked relaxed ahead of a second successive European Cup final