Liverpool have released a series of pictures showing the rapid progress of the new main stand at their Anfield stadium that will raise the capacity by a further 8,500, the Daily Mail reports.
With things on the pitch almost grinding to a halt this season, fans have been left asking questions as to whether there is progress being made. However, they may be heartened to learn that off the pitch progress is speeding along very well.
The building work on the new stand began on January 8 this year, with the new stand now being the highest at the ground – and that’s without the upper tier and the roof!
Foundation work for the new stand is now complete, and the metal decking that will support the first floor is now in place.
The stand will cost the club an estimated £260 million, and thee stand will bring the capacity up by almost 10,000.
See the progress below…