Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain thinks Mohamed Salah will not be happy with the changing rooms of his new training ground in Liverpool.
Midfielder Take fans on a video tour to the AXA Training Center after it officially opens on Tuesday.
When the camera followed him at the change facilities, Oxlade Chamberlain indicated it Salah He put the shirt number on what he called “school benches.”
In the changing room, all the players’ numbers can be seen from the outside with storage, but the Egyptian international player number is in the middle of the room with a clothes clip to hang his belongings.
“The dressing room is where the kids will spend most of their day,” Oxlade Chamberlain said.
“I’d like to get you here quickly, I’m not sure this would go down well.
“You see, we have Mohamed Salah on the bench, and he knows the guy – he wouldn’t be happy with him!
“But he has to live with it.”
While Oxlade-Chamberlain appears to believe Salah does not have a section along the perimeter of the locker room, his shirt number can in fact be seen with a distance with every other player in the opening sequence of the footage in the video.
The English international also marched Liverpool Stunning new, state-of-the-art facilities explain to fans what will happen in every room.
When he got to the gym, the 27-year-old revealed that he had his first session there on Tuesday.
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He said, “Maybe you’ll see Mo [Salah] And Sadio [Mane] Here are about four hours before training begins, and do some things in monster mode.
“I had my first small session here today. It’s much bigger than we’re used to at Melwood and it has a nice view of the stadiums.
“This is great if you are injured because you see what you are working for.”
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