Fresh off the back of the arrival of Manchester United, another British football team are reportedly headed to Dubai for warm weather training.
Sport360 reports that the Liverpool team will use a break in their schedule to head to Dubai for a few days of training. Exact dates of their visit have not yet been confirmed, although the team have a gap between playing Crystal Palace on January 19 and their match against Leicester on January 30.
Last year, manager Jurgen Klopp brought his team to Dubai in January for four days of training, where the team stayed at The Westin Mina Seyahi, so we wouldn’t be surprised if that was also where they stayed this time around.
It will be the second trip to Dubai in as many weeks for Mo Salah, who was recently in Dubai to receive the Outstanding Arab Athlete award at the 10th annual Mohammed Bin Rashid Creative Sports Award.
Liverpool’s visit follows on from the arrival of the Manchester United football team last week, who spent four days at the One&Only Royal Mirage while enjoying warm weather training in the UAE.