There is no doubt that losing the Champions League final put a big dent in Liverpool’s season.
Expectation was high heading to Kiev following the Reds’ scintillating wins over Manchester City and Roma.
However, it was not to be as Real Madrid earned a 3-1 victory, with Karim Benzema getting on the scoresheet and Gareth Bale scoring twice.
It was a disappointing night all round for Jurgen Klopp’s side as they lost Mohamed Salah to injury inside the first half an hour of the game, and goalkeeper Loris Karius made two huge blunders.
Had the Reds gone all the way, their position in the summer transfer market would have been boosted it significantly.
Given that they were on the losing end of the showpiece, we asked you whether it would affect the club’s ability to bring in new signings.
The majority of supporters remained optimistic, and turns out they were right to do so, as the club recently announced a new signing.
On Monday, Liverpool confirmed on their official website that they have agreed a deal with Monaco to sign defensive midfielder Fabinho on July 1.