Back in America, Liverpool plan their preseason in the United States

The decision seems to have been made, United and Arsenal also plan to go to America.

The decision seems to have been made, United and Arsenal also plan to go to America.

Liverpool could be heading back to the USA for pre-season in 2024. But the Reds will look very different five years on, making this trip without Jürgen Klopp. Liverpool will embark on its first pre-season tour without Jürgen Klopp in the summer for the first time since Brendan Rodgers' final few months in charge. The Reds have not been to the US since 2019, partly because of the pandemic, but could be set to return Stateside.

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Different media reports that Liverpool will play Manchester United and Arsenal in the US in what will be two lucrative friendlies. The Reds’ last tour in the USA saw them visit New York, Boston and Indiana but it is not yet clear when and where these matches will take place.

Liverpool, Manchester United and Arsenal are all majority US-owned and the match at New York's MetLife Stadium between the Reds' rivals last summer was a sell-out that made it the highest-grossing club soccer game at the venue since it opened in 2010. Liverpool CEO Billy Hogan told media last summer that going to the US was a possibility, stating: "It’s not set yet, but it’s definitely on the table." Manchester City and Chelsea are also likely to head to the US, while Spurs could travel to Asia.

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With new coach

Not only will the squad have a new manager for this latest trip to the US but Liverpool may also be missing some senior players because of the summer's European Championship in Germany. The final in Berlin is not until July 14, only just over a month before the Premier League returns and those involved will then have time off after that before rejoining the group under their new boss.

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