Liverpool players 'hate their new £50m training ground at Kirkby because it's too windy


Liverpool's first-team moved their training base in November from Melwood to Kirkby

Just four months after moving, Liverpool's first-team squad are reportedly unhappy with their new £50m training ground at Kirkby because it's too windy - and would prefer to return to their old site at Melwood.

In November, the first-team relocated to the new complex across the city at Kirkby, fitted with three full-size pitches, two gyms, a sports hall, a swimming pool and even beach volleyball courts.

But according to The Sun , the players hate the state-of-the-art base due to the area, known as 'Windy Harbour', making for treacherous conditions to train in over the winter months due to the gale force winds.

The report details that Jurgen Klopp's players miss their old stomping ground at Melwood, which hosted the first-team all the way back to the days of Bill Shankly and Bob Paisley.

The switch saw Liverpool depart their historic Melwood base, where the first-team had been based for 70 years, and move in where the current academy train.

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