Liverpool co-owner Tom Warner is due to fly into Merseyside on Tuesday where he will conduct post-season talks with Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers.
According to the Daily Mirror the Northern Irishman’s job is not in danger just so long as he accepts that the owners have no intention of changing their committee based transfer policy.
The Reds had a disappointing season considering they were runners up to Manchester City in 2013/2015 and that they spent over £100 million on new players.
Rodgers is now apparently of the belief that the club must buy experienced players that are already comfortable playing in the Premiership rather than just young talent that they can nurture in order to give his team more balance, which is why the 42-year-old manager has made signing out-of-contract midfielder James Milner a priority despite the fact the England international is 29-years-old.
Despite his position being safe Rodgers knows that if his team does not perform better next season it will probably signal the end of his reign at Anfield.