Liverpool’s costs for the Anfield Road project will rise as the equipment change for the Man City game is explained

Your Liverpool morning overview on Sunday 3 October.

Liverpool’s cost of Anfield Road development set to rise by £20m

Liverpool could well pay more than £60million for the Anfield Road redevelopment, which has recently started.

These were the original estimated costs for the project, which will increase the capacity of the Reds stadium by an additional 7,000 seats.

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Jurgen Klopp was at Anfield earlier this week for the groundbreaking ceremony, which was also attended by club legends such as Sir Kenny Dalglish and Ian Rush.

The work, which is expected to be completed in time for the 2023/24 Premier League season, can now bring Liverpool back an additional £20 million on top of the projected cost.

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Liverpool kit change for Manchester City Premier League showdown explained

Liverpool will look different tomorrow afternoon when they take to the field against Manchester City in the Premier League tomorrow afternoon.

The Reds are once again teaming up with title sponsor Standard Chartered to swap the logo on the front of their shirts for a logo promoting the ‘Futuremakers by Standard Chartered’ initiative.

This program aims to tackle inequality and promote greater economic inclusion for young people, focusing on education, employability and entrepreneurship.

It is not the first time Jurgen Klopp’s side has backed this plan, having done the same in last season’s home game against Leicester City and the Anfield clash against Tottenham Hotspur last campaign.

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