As quoted by the Times' report, Liverpool CEO Peter Moore recently explained: “If there is a smarter design option that does not fit with the current outline planning permission, then we would submit another planning application.
“Only once we have completed this comprehensive process and come to a conclusion will it be the right time to move forward.”
FSG famously opted against constructing a brand new stadium after taking over Liverpool and instead went to work on redeveloping Anfield in its existing form. The decision proved a popular one with the fans and local community, with the Main Stand increased by around 9,000 seats in 2016.
Scenes of a sea of supporters in Madrid and back home after Liverpool’s Champions League triumph reaffirmed the club's status as having a truly giant fanbase. However, the report insists that Liverpool will not make '
While a new and improved Anfield Road Stand may be some years away, Liverpool are close to completion on a new, £50m training facility
Source : 90min