Liverpool provided another important update on the Anfield Road End redevelopment on Friday, while a transfer story about a forgotten Colombian defender emerged in Spain.
Another great Anfield Road End update
With Liverpool not ready to play at Anfield again until July 31, when Strasbourg arrive for a pre-season friendly, contractors have been busy working on the redevelopment of Anfield Road End.
This weekend will bring another big step for the £80million expansion, as the roof truss will be put in place to give the new stand its structure.
Work on the lift, which saw the arrival of two 600-tonne cranes outside Anfield, is due to start at 8am on Sunday and last around 12 hours.
This is obviously a major task to undertake and once completed it will give a better idea of how the finished product will look in 2023.
The Anfield Road End expansion will add around 7,000 more seats with a new upper tier, the stand set to accommodate 15,967 fans, increasing the stadium’s overall capacity to 61,015.
3 things today: Tickets and transfers
- Anderson Creekour less spotty Colombian full-back, is wanted by Spanish club Alaves, with loan talks according to The mail
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With Reina’s return to Villarreal, what better time to reflect on an all-time career path:
Pepe Reina re-signs for Villarreal??
He is 39 now. Must have had one of the best careers of any player in modern football… pic.twitter.com/8c8H9S21zN
— Jack Lusby (@LusbyJack) July 8, 2022
Spain will face Finland in the Women’s Euro tonight (5pm kick-off), with Liverpool’s new signing Emma Koivisto expected to be involved.
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