The 24-year old German goalkeeper took to Twitter to apologise to his fellow teammates, his club officials and the entire kop fans for the two "unpardonable goals" he caused during the final of the UEFA elite match.
That ensured there would be no key outgoings, Lucas Leiva's departure to Lazio the most high profile.
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However, draws were a constant source of frustration for Klopp's side, they'd be held to a stalemate in four of their first eight league games.
While the scores were still 0-0 and theoretically Liverpool still remained in contention, the wind was knocked out of them by the Egyptian's early exit.
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The guys respond to your tweets about Liverpool's UCL final loss, their outlook for next season and whether their season beat Man United's. Ernesto Valverde, manager of FC Barcelona, maintains his confidence in the Frenchman and wants to see him again next season, as he provides multiple tactical alternatives to Valverde.
Two terrible mistakes in the 3-1 loss have seen the German, 24, come under fire and he has even had to deal with social-media death threats. He later allowed a Gareth Bale shot to slip through his hands for Real's third as the Spanish club won their third consecutive Champions League trophy. Steve Nicol gives his stamp of approval to Liverpool's signing of Fabinho from Monaco, but he isn't sure the midfielder will start right away.
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But he kept fighting, forcing a tie-break only for Nadal to up the intensity once again and open up a 5-2 lead. Nadal, 32, lost his opening service game and trailed 2-0 in the first set before recovering well in Paris.
Explaining the snub, he said: "I saw Klopp in Paris but I told him I'd made up my mind to sign for BVB".