Toys ‘r’ Us has said it wants to bring its brick- and-mortart retail operation to the United States in the next few years, but is not yet sure if that will happen.
The retail giant announced Tuesday it will open a store in Las Vegas, Nevada, as part of a broader plan to expand its U.S. retail footprint to include stores in other major cities and states.
The announcement comes as Toys ‘N’ Things, the world’s largest toy company, announced plans to open two stores in New York and Boston later this year.
The company said it plans to expand to about 10 new cities and 20 new states in the coming years, and the plans could include locations in both urban and suburban markets.
It also said it will expand into more suburban markets in the near future, including the Dallas-Fort Worth area and Atlanta.
Toys ‘R ‘Us declined to release specific plans or dates for expansion.
The company has previously said it has plans to add more than 700 stores in the United Sates by the end of the year.
From the top of the Kop, to the bottom of the Anfield turf, there is something for everyone on Saturday night.
Liverpool fans return to the field in full force as they look to secure a victory in their last home game of the season.
Here are our predictions for the encounter.
What we are saying about Anfield:The Reds’ defence looks stronger than it has all season, with James Milner and Jordan Henderson leading the way with seven clearances each.
Liverpool look like they will be favourites after a solid win against Swansea last weekend.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is adamant that they will not give up the game and is confident his team can win at Anfield.
Manchester City also look set to win on Saturday as they have a clean sheet, and their attacking threat will be very important as they seek to break the deadlock in a match where Liverpool look the favourites.
Catch up with all our matchday news here:What we’re saying about Liverpool:This fixture promises to be the most competitive game of this season.
Liverpool are in good form, but this fixture has a huge importance for them.
The result in Manchester City’s favour could mean Liverpool are back in the race for top spot, and could mean a big opportunity for Klopp to get the most out of his team.
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