Liverpool talks to Tottenham about using a new stadium for pre-season game after being forced out of Anfield by Bon Jovi, Pink and Rick Astley
- Liverpool wants a pre-season match in London and can compensate Tottenham
- State-of-the-art arena has been widely acclaimed since its opening this year
- Anfield will be in use this summer in July as the host of three huge concerts
- So the side of Jurgen Klopp is talking to Spurs about the use of their stadium
Liverpool is negotiating with Tottenham to use their new stadium for a pre-season practice game – after being forced out of Anfield by Bon Jovi, Pink and Rick Astley.
The Reds are forced to consider alternative options as part of their preparations for the 2019-20 campaign with their home base fully booked during summer concerts.
And Liverpool is discussing the possibility of playing a pre-season match in London – with Spurs' new site as a potential location against Napoli on July 28 – because their site may not have fully recovered over time.
Jurgen Klopp & # 39; s Liverpool could play a preseason game at the new Tottenham stadium
Spurs & # 39; state-of-the-art arena may be available for the Reds to use this summer on July 28
Negotiations are ongoing and it is thought that Spurs would be compensated for allowing their Premier League rivals to host a match in their £ 1 billion arena.
The new White Hart Lane has been widely praised since its opening earlier this month and can accommodate 62,000 supporters by capacity.
Liverpool's preliminary plans are still being handled, but it has been confirmed that the team will return to North America.
Rick Astley is one of three artists who will be holding a concert in Anfield this summer
GIGS AT ANFIELD:
Rick Astley – June 6
Bon Jovi – June 18 + 19
Pink – June 24 and 25
They will play games in Indiana, New York and Boston.
Klopp wants his side to be repaired in one place instead of splitting the preseason between Asia and the US, as was the case in recent years.
The Reds will leave for America in July and will probably participate again in the International Champions Cup against the elite of Europe.
Mo Salah, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Sadio Mane and Co. will undoubtedly attract a large crowd