Liverpool players will have to get used to new surroundings after the international break.
The Reds have moved into their state-of-the-art new AXA Training Ground with Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain giving fans a guided tour of the facilities.
In the clip shared on Liverpool’s social media, Oxlade-Chamberlain checks out all aspects of their new base including the gym and sport hall.
But it is in their new dressing room that something catches his eye.
He pointed out Mohamed Salah’s No.11 shirt number placed on the “school benches” – in the middle of the changing room with a clothes peg for his kit.
Oxlade-Chamberlain joked that the Egyptian would “not be happy” if that was his spot rather than one of the more comfortable perimeter seats.
"The dressing room is where the boys will be spending the majority of their day," Oxlade-Chamberlain said.
"I'd like to bring you over here quickly, I'm not sure this is going to go down too well.
"As you can see, we have Mohamed Salah on the school benches, which knowing the man – he won't be happy about!
"But he's going to have to live with it.”
Fortunately for Salah, despite Oxlade-Chamberlain’s observation, another section of the video appeared to show a No.11 locker which would seemingly have his name on around the outer section of the room.
Oxlade-Chamberlain also gave a tour of the area he expects Salah to spend more of his time when he returns from international duty – the new gym.
He said: "You'll probably see Mo [Salah] and Sadio [Mane] in here about four hours before training starts, doing some beast mode stuff.
"I had my first little session here today. This is a lot bigger than what we're used to at Melwood and it's got a nice view onto the pitches.
"That is nice if you're injured as seeing what you're working for."
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