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Liverpool chairman Tom Wenrer has reassured supporters that the club won't be forced to ground-share with their rivals Everton.

With the club stalling over a decision of whether to move to Stanley Park, or develop Anfield, fears had risen that the two clubs may have been forced to share stadiums for the foreseeable future.

However, Werner has assured Liverpool supporters that no such share will happen.

 

“Our supporters are not for it, therefore it is a dead issue. We have been told countless times they have no desire for us to share a stadium and we have listened to that,” Werner said.

“Everyone knows the two options we are examining – staying at Anfield or a new build on Stanley Park – and we do not want our fans to be disappointed.”

Politians have been pushing for the a share, as the best economic option, pressuring Liverpool to make a decision over their future.

Liverpool have a deadline to meet over a choice, and the potential that both routes could break down is a distinct possibility if the club don't make a swift decision.

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