A selection of the latest stories in the media involving Liverpool Football Club this Wednesday morning.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers does not appear to be under threat of losing his job, according to the Daily Mail, but they report that the Reds' boss faces a grilling from owners Fenway Sports Group in an end of season review.
Following the sale of Luis Suarez in the summer, they weren't expecting the Reds to challenge for the Premier League title but were hopeful of a top four finish - and going into the final game of the season the highest the Reds can finish is in fifth place.
One of the items up for discussion will be Liverpool's transfer strategy, as the Daily Mirror is claiming the club could revisit having a Director of Football in place, while Rodgers would like to buy more established players, which would be a change from buying primarily younger players - a policy that has been pursued ever since the current ownership took charge.
The ownership are expected to dig their heels in when it comes to Raheem Sterling, who is seeking a move away from the club after refusing to sign a new contract.
Sky Sports reported that the 20-year-old was jeered by some sections of supporters at the club's End of Season awards night at the Echo Arena after picking up the club's Young Player of the Year award.
The star of the awards ceremony last night was Philippe Coutinho as he picked up the Players' Player of the Year award, Performance of the Year for his role in the 2-1 win over Manchester City in March, and Goal of the Year for his strike in the victory against Southampton in February.