Liverpool have responded to the potential travel disruption facing supporters after official travel partner Thomas Cook went into liquidation.
On Monday, Britain’s oldest travel agent failed to secure an extra £200 million to keep it in business.
There are now growing concerns the 178-year-old firm’s situation will affect Liverpool supporters who have signed up to hospitality packages for home matches at Anfield, as well as Champions League away trips.
Thomas Cook sell 360 packages for every home game at Anfield – a total of 6,840 for the season.
Following the news, the club released a statement on their official website.
“We are aware Thomas Cook has ceased trading this morning. Thomas Cook sells 360 hospitality packages for each of our home games at Anfield.
“We are currently assessing the impact of Thomas Cook ceasing trading and the impact for those supporters who have purchased packages from Thomas Cook. Once we have those details from Thomas Cook we will update supporters.”