UPDATED NEWS: Liverpool has reach an agreement with Real Madrid on Rodrgo transfer

UPDATED NEWS: Liverpool has reach an agreement with Real Madrid on Rodrgo transfer

Liverpool will face Real Madrid in the round of 16 of the Champions League, and Rodrygo has commented about the first leg at Anfield.

Regarding how his Real Madrid colleagues are “ready” for their Champions League encounter against Liverpool, Rodrygo has made public statements.

The Reds take against La Liga’s top teams in the round of 16 of the biggest club competition in European football. Liverpool will host Madrid at Anfield on the following Tuesday for the first leg before departing on March 15 for a return trip to Spain.

 

 

Jurgen Klopp’s squad will play Madrid for the first time since they lost to them in the Champions League final the season before. At the Stade de France that evening, Liverpool fell to France 1-0 thanks to a strike from Vinicius Jr.

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In their past six encounters with Madrid, the Reds’ team has failed to win a single game while only managing two goals. Despite this, Rodrygo feels that the reigning champions will have a difficult challenge in the opening leg at Anfield.

We already know that the game there will be very challenging, according to Rodrygo, who spoke to Goal.

“Playing against Liverpool is never easy, with or without spectators, but it’s considerably harder at Anfield. We are prepared.

In the season’s final, Rodrygo came on as a late replacement for Vinicius Jr. He also came off the bench when Madrid eliminated the Reds from the 2020–21 Champions League quarterfinals. Coronavirus prevented fans from attending either game.

Although the Brazilian usually plays as a winger, this season because of Karim Benzema’s injury, he has being employed as a center striker. Benzema scored as Carlo Ancelotti’s team defeated Al-Hilal 5-3 at the weekend to win the FIFA Club World Cup, but now that the current Ballon d’Or winner is healthy again, Rodrygo has described the role he may play against Liverpool.

“Everyone knows that the position I prefer most is behind Karim in the 4-2-3-1. I speak with the coach all the time,” he stated.

 

I can play in various positions, of course, but that’s where I feel most at home when I’m on the field. I did a great job there against Elche.

Madrid is in second position in La Liga, 11 points behind the league’s top team, Barcelona, despite having a game in hand. Rodrygo thinks that despite the points gap, historical performance demonstrates that they still have a chance to win the championship this year.

The 22-year-old stated, “It’s always possible; we just have to believe until the very end.” “I believe that during my first season, we were likewise much behind Atletico before catching up.

 

“We’re going to attempt to go back and win all the remaining games, even if it’s really difficult. Watch what transpires.

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