Klopp saw his Liverpool side fall short at the final hurdle of the competition, as Real were able to lift their third consecutive Champions League title after a comprehensive 3-1 victory.
Mohamed Salah will be looking to pick up where he left off last season after scoring a record 32 Premier League goals, surpassing Cristiano Ronaldo's tally in 2008 with Manchester United.
Speaking earlier this week, Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp said that the Ramous/Salah incident contributed heavily to their subsequent loss and also referred to his actions as "ruthless and brutal" earlier this summer.
"(With Salah) you don't think "Wow, good challenge". He should concentrate on his own team and not be concerned about other players who have been performing to a very high level, let's see if he can do the same as a coach. If VAR is coming then it is a situation where you have to look again.
Ramos is widely regarded to be the badboy of world soccer - and has the dubious honour of being the player to have picked up the most cards (yellow and red) throughout Europe.
"I've been here for three years now and in that time we've been to three finals [League Cup, Europa League and Champions League] and come so close to winning silverware".
While Ramos has won 15 cup competitions during his time at Real, along with the 2010 World Cup and two European Championships with Spain.
"I'm not sure if it is an experience we will have again - go there and put an elbow to the goalkeeper, put their goalscorer down like a wrestler in midfield and then you win the game".