As a result of their win over Liverpool, Real will now take on city rivals Atletico Madrid - last season's Europa League winners - in the European Super Cup on Wednesday. Sergio Ramos has certainly done his part to keep the beef going as he's shown zero remorse for his actions and still maintains his innocence in the incidents in question.
"Some of us have been operating at a very high level for many years, not sure Klopp can say the same".More news: Bayer shares slump after $289M Monsanto Roundup verdict
His most recent Champions League victory came at Klopp's expense, as Real downed Liverpool by a 3-1 score in a final that will long be remembered for a 31st minute incident when Ramos brought Liverpool's talisman forward Mohamed Salah to the floor with a "judo" move - a challenge that left Salah injured and unable to finish the match.
It was also revealed that the 32-year-old had an altercation with goalkeeper, Loris Karius who later was deemed to have suffered a concussion during the game.
Neither Klopp or Ramos have anything to gain from their remarks and everyone else has moved on from what happened in the final.More news: Celtic crash out of Champions League after losing to AEK Athens
When Ramos was quizzed on Klopp's words on Tuesday, however, he pointed out that Klopp had tasted final defeat before without his help.
Klopp has reached a total of seven finals as a manager - four with Borussia Dortmund and three with Liverpool.More news: Boy among 26 dead as bridge collapses in Genoa
"In fact, when we voted on the best managers I voted for him".