Liverpool players gifted customised gold-plated iPhone X for UCL victory [Photos]

Each player of the Reds’ first-team squad was gifted with 24-carat gold plated iPhone X worth £3,500 [Courtesy]
Triumphant Liverpool players have been rewarded with iPhone X worth £3,500 for claiming the Champions League title.

Each player of the Reds’ first-team squad was gifted with 24-carat gold plated iPhone X worth £3,500 following their triumph in Madrid on June 1.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp was not left out as he together with 27 players received the glitzy gift created by iDesign Gold.

The customised phones have each player's squad number on the back along with the name and the gadgets are also complete with the Champions League and Madrid final logos.

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According to the iDesignGold website, the products cost between £2,300 and £3,500.

Roberto Firmino poses with his new iPhone [Courtesy]
The Reds fans can also purchase a customised gold phone of their own if they wish but it will cost them between £2,300 and £3,500 to acquire the flashy gadget from Harvey Nichols.

The British company had previously provided the luxurious gadgets for many current Liverpool players with legends Jamie Carragher and Steven Gerrard among the clients.

Virgil van Dijk poses for a photo with his iPhone [Courtesy]

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Liverpool edged Tottenham 2-0 in an all-English final at the Wanda Metropolitano stadium in the Spanish capital for a sixth Champions League title through Salah’s early penalty strike and Divock Origi who struck late in the match to crown the Reds European champions.

In the Premier League, Klopp’s side enjoyed a magnificent 2018/19 season painting 97 points on the log, one point behind the champions Manchester City.

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