Threat: Liverpool Won’t Be Training at Etihad, During the UCL Second Leg Encounter vs. Man City

Liverpool will train at their Melwood complex and not Manchester City’s Etihad Stadium ahead of their Champions League quarterfinal second leg on Tuesday.

Manager Jurgen Klopp complained this week they had not been able to secure a pitch in Manchester which met his requirements — primarily a confidential setting — on which to train on the morning of Tuesday’s match.

As a result Klopp and a player will travel to Manchester on Monday afternoon to fulfil their press conference obligations at the City Football Academy before travelling back to Merseyside to train — of which the first 15 minutes are open to the media.

Source: Cyrus NeVarj


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