According to a report from The Telegraph, West Bromwich Albion manager Tony Pulis will be offered a new contract to stay with the club - and is targeting new signings.
Pulis, 58, replaced Alan Irvine as Baggies boss back in January 2015, and not only kept the club in the Premier League last season, but also achieved survival this term too.
Still, the Welshman has come in for stern criticism for his brand of football, and West Brom fans generally expected the former Stoke City and Crystal Palace boss to leave the club.
However, The Telegraph report that Pulis is set to be offered a new contract by West Brom, and could sign an extension to his £2m-a-year deal.
If Baggies fans are to accept Pulis staying at the club, he may need to not only change his brand of football, but also bring in some new signings this summer.
Left back Robertson, 22, has been a star for Hull ever since signing from Dundee United in 2014, whilst ex-England international Livemore has been vital to the Tigers' push for promotion this season.
With Hull stumbling of late, Steve Bruce's hopes of returning to the Premier League have been dented, and if they don't win promotion, West Brom could be knocking on their door for Robertson and Livemore this summer.
Do you want to see Pulis stay at West Brom? Would Livermore or Robertson be good signings?