Liverpool could be heading to Edinburgh to play a friendly match at the home of Scottish Rugby.
The Champions League finalists are reported to be eyeing Murrayfield as the venue for a pre-season warm-up match, rumoured to be against Napoli.
According to The Times, the Reds have scrapped plans to play the game at Tottenham Hotspur’s £850m new stadium as the two teams meet in Saturday’s European final.
Anfield will be unable to host the game, slated for July 28, as the pitch will be being relayed after hosting concerts during the summer, and Wembley Stadium is also booked out.
It means Jurgen Klopp’s side could end up playing north of the border, having last visited Edinburgh for a Europa League qualification match against Hearts in 2012.
The last football match to be held at Murrayfield was back in October, with Hearts facing Celtic in a Betfred Cup semi-final.
Hearts used the 67,000 seater stadium while Tynecastle was being redeveloped, while Celtic have also played Champions League qualifiers at the Edinburgh ground.
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