The Western Daily Press has reported that Brendan Rodgers will be allowed to continue in his position by Liverpool’s owners.
Talks between Rodgers and the club’s main officials are thought to have been productive, as the Reds look to get back on track in terms of challenging for the top four.
The paper claims that a plan has been agreed over the best way for the club to move forward and improve, with Rodgers likely to have plenty to do with regards to shaping his squad for the next campaign.
Liverpool went from second to sixth in the space of one season, after the manager was backed with plenty of cash last summer to compensate for the sale of Luis Suarez to Barcelona.
The report states that Rodgers won’t have the same level of cash to splash this summer, but he will have a big say in where funds are funnelled in order to give himself a better chance of getting his main targets.
He’ll be under pressure at the start of the next campaign and he needs to rise to the challenge of powering the club back into the Champions League.