Liverpool are set to step up the security at their Melwood training base after details of their team lineups are continually being leaked, according to the Daily Mirror.
The club have built a privacy screen in order to combat their lineups and tactics being leaked to social media sites 24 hours before their games kick off, and the Liverpool Echo claims that Jurgen Klopp has been using a 4.5 meter high curtain to keep his game plans a secret.
Anfield officials are said to be well aware of the leaks, and are desperate to rectify the situation, despite former boss Brendan Rodgers urging them to do the same last season when his own game plans were being found out.
There was no issue with fans filming training sessions last term, as Rodger’s believed fans peering over the wall were taking footage of him working on team shapes and tactics.
Planning permission was granted in April, but the work wasn’t completed until October, though there is quite clearly still work to be done.
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