They will come up against defending champions Real, who have the chance to win their fourth Champions League title in five years.
Salah has enjoyed massive exploits during the ongoing season on personal level after he finished the Premier League season being the top goalscorer with 32 goals, breaking the record for number of goals in a single campaign during the Premier League era.
Ronaldo has scored 15 goals in 12 games in the Champions League this season, and a hat-trick against a Liverpool team that has proven its defensive deficiencies in the past is not a wild suggestion. However, Klopp chose their 5-0 thumping of Porto as his highlight.
"I am a little bit annoyed, because I always want more and I am never satisfied".
Midfielder Emre Can - who hasn't played for his club since injuring his back in Liverpool's 5-0 win over Watford in March - was included in the party which flew out to Marbella on Wednesday for a four-day training camp.
"The players started to feel more and more comfortable with our style of play, including finishing our build-up play with shots on target".
Following a truly remarkable 90 minutes at the Bernabeu against Juventus, which saw the Serie A champions claw back a three goal deficit only to lose out to a last minute penalty that put Zinedine Zidane's men in the semi-final, left-back Marcelo said: "Obviously what happened to Barcelona [against Roma] wasn't going to happen to us, because we're Real Madrid". "When you're playing close to your opponents' goal, it's cool to finish off your attack with a goal".