According to Don Balon, Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane has identified Liverpool duo Mo Salah and Sadio Mane as two players who could seriously threaten his side in this month's Champions League final.
Liverpool beat Roma 7-6 over both legs to seal their spot in the showpiece for the first time since 2007, where they lost to AC Milan.
Madrid, who have won the competition three times since 2014, beat Bayern Munich to set up a date with Jurgen Klopp's side in Kiev on May 26.
Salah is one of Europe's most frightening players at the moment, having netted 42 times in all competitions during a phenomenal first season on Merseyside, while Mane on the opposite flank has scored 19 goals this season - including nine in 10 Champions League games.
As a result, Don Balon report that both of those players have Zidane "very concerned" and it will be interesting to see how the former France international deals with their threat in Ukraine.
Due to Madrid's pedigree in this competition in recent years, Zidane's side must be favourites for a 13th European Cup title, but as long as Liverpool have Salah then few would write off Klopp's side from scooping a sixth crown.