Manchester City have been forced to lay on free coach travel for fans ahead of their trip to Wembley to play Tottenham next month.
The game has been moved to the national stadium after Spurs announced delays to the construction of their new ground.
It will also now take place on Monday October 29th, meaning many City fans have had to change travel arrangements.
As a result, the champions have confirmed free coach travel for their supporters, likely at a huge cost to the club.
And according to the London Evening Standard, Liverpool have also been affected by Tottenham’s stadium delays.
A report claims the Merseysiders were “surprised” to discover their fixture against Spurs on September 15th had been moved to Wembley.
The game will take place at the same time and date as originally scheduled, so Liverpool aren’t as affected as Manchester City.
Still, there has clearly been a lack of communication from Spurs on many fronts, which is likely a result of the unexpected nature – relating to safety concerns – of the delays.