The news over the last 24 hours that Liverpool Football Club are all set to go ahead with plans from 2003 for a new 60,000 seater stadium are not set in stone, and the club’s owners may still choose to redevelop the current stadium.
New owners Fenway Sports Group have put design commissioned by former owner Tom Hicks in the bin in favour of some previously made designs by Manchester-based architects AFL. Planning permission for these designs was granted by Liverpool City Council in 2004.
The Reds are thought to be still in search of a financial partner for the stadium in terms of a naming-rights sponsorship deal in hope to raise at least £150million of the £300million needed to build the stadium.
However, Liverpool may still opt to stay at Anfield and continue to explore options for expansion at Anfield, although a new stadium would bring much-needed new structure to the surrounding area of the city.
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