Virgil van Dijk has downplayed talk of a quadruple at Liverpool and says winning four major trophies is ‘almost impossible to do’.
Liverpool remain in pursuit of all four major trophies after reaching the FA Cup final on Saturday, with the Reds also one point behind Manchester City in the Premier League title race and into the last four of the Champions League.
Having already won the Carabao Cup in February, Jurgen Klopp’s side could make unprecedented history with a quadruple this season.
However, Van Dijk insists there has been no talk of a quadruple internally at Anfield and says there is good reason the feat has never previously been achieved.
“Nobody did the quadruple and there is a reason for it — because it is almost impossible to do,” Van Dijk said, as per The Athletic.
“All this talk about quadruple or Treble is from the outside world and could put extra pressure on us.
“It is something that everyone would dream about, to win every competition you participate in, but we will see what it brings.
“Anything can happen, with other teams as well.”
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