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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.

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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.

In Leicester’s case, Brendan Rodgers was still able to spend £23m on Patson Daka, £17m on Boubakary Soumare and £15m on Jannik Vestergaard.

That is despite spending £100m on a new training ground.

Liverpool aren’t poorer than Leicester

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In our view, it’s a choice of Liverpool’s not to invest in the playing staff, rather than a lack of finances.

As seen in the £75m purchase of Virgil van Dijk, and the £65m signing of Alisson Becker, the Reds are prepared to spend big if they think it’s worth it.

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.

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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…

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