The local council have already approved the plans and we look set to push ahead…
The Reds have moved to prevent potential spectators watching and filming their training sessions. The club will erect huge retractable screens around their Melwood base, ensuring that no one will be able to see them.
According to the Daily Mirror, Brendan Rodgers and co have become frustrated with the crowds, who have continued to gather at several vantage points around the complex to watch.
The screens will be 4.5 metres (15ft) tall and will only be raised during first-team training sessions. They will not be raised during academy practices.
Plans for the addition have reportedly been in place for over a year, with the minimal raising of the screens unlikely to provide any major concerns for the local residents.
The move will still come as something of a surprise to many supporters, who will no doubt question the harm in allowing hardcore fans to watch their heroes in action.
On a more positive note, this should eliminate any possibility of our plans being unveiled ahead of time. Let’s hope Rodgers makes the most of the opportunity to come up with some incredible plan to boost our top four dream!