The Champions League has become one of the most exciting and enjoyable cup competitions in the world.
Since its newly found creation in 1993, it has provided Liverpool fans with some amazing memories.
The Reds have won the European competition six times, and twice since is new format as the Champions League.
Liverpool started the season attempting to retain their Premier League title but have failed to keep up with the pack.
Now, the club finds themselves in a race for the top four to secure a spot in the coveted European competition.
Speaking to Sky Sports, Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah opened up on the possibility of the club not qualifying.
The Egyptian winger stated it would be hard to see the club not involved in the competition next season, as cited by Liverpool News on Twitter…
It is safe to say that Salah isn’t the only one that would hate to see the club miss out on the Champions League.
Qualification for the competition is an achievement in itself but the boost in finances it also brings is unparalleled.
This season has been tough on all clubs all over the world, and Liverpool need every bit of money they can get.
The main reason for this is to allow them to spend in the upcoming transfer market.
A club like Liverpool has to invest wisely to keep themselves at the top – and profit from competitions such as the Champions League help that.
Hopefully, the Reds will make a late charge and other teams will slip up in the top four race.
However, it is a fine chance given the teams above the Reds and their current form in the league.