Liverpool fans have taken to Twitter to react after Leicester posted footage of their new state-of-the-art training centre, following its completion.
What’s the story?
Well, the Foxes have created a sparkling £100m training base in the Midlands, which looks absolutely stunning.
After watching behind-the-scenes footage of the facility on TikTok, a number of Liverpool fans were all saying the same thing.
They have complained about Leicester’s ability to invest in their infrastructure, and also spend money on new signings.
After Liverpool spent £50m on the AXA Training Centre, the lack of incomings has been alarming – barely any new faces have arrived.
That is despite spending £100m on a new training ground.
Liverpool aren’t poorer than Leicester
In our view, it’s a choice of Liverpool’s not to invest in the playing staff, rather than a lack of finances.
Of course, you may argue that those signings were a result of Philippe Coutinho’s exit, but Jürgen Klopp has still been given a world class side.
The likes of Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane, Ibrahima Konate, Fabinho and Naby Keita weren’t cheap.
In our view, the financial might of the likes of Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain is blurring the reality that Liverpool actually boast a highly competitive squad.
Nevertheless, let’s see what the Liverpool fans on Twitter have been saying about Leicester’s new training ground…
Surely this can’t be real. They improved their training ground and their squad at the same time🤔 https://t.co/RPgkoGk7Fz— Cal (@callumlfc10) September 13, 2021
And it cost more than Liverpool’s 🤣🤣🤣🤣— Mezza Punta (@_mezzapunta) September 13, 2021
u can build a new training ground and sign players at the same time?? 🤯 https://t.co/18qLSdct8R— Vik (@LFCVik2) September 13, 2021
Wait what? That’s possible— #66 🏴🇪🇸 (@trentxLFC) September 13, 2021
no way! thats impossible!— Keitalectric ⚡ (@Keitalectric) September 13, 2021
They spent double we did on our training ground yet you never hear Leicester use it as an excuse not to strengthen their squad… https://t.co/t1bHY4N26K— John O Sullivan (@Corballyred) September 13, 2021