The Sunday Mirror says as the list of senior executives axed by the club’s American owners reaches six, with the imminent removal of legal adviser Nathalie Wignall, there is a growing belief inside Anfield that King Kenny’s days as manager are numbered.
John W Henry and Tom Werner, who head the Fenway Sports Group, will meet Dalglish once the final game of the season has been played at Swansea today.
If the 18-times champions suffer a 14th defeat of the season at Swansea today, they will have lost as many Premier League games as they have won.
In the 50 years since Bill Shankly brought the club back to the top flight, they have never finished lower than the eighth position they currently occupy. And after backing Dalglish to the tune of £120 million in the transfer market, something is set to give.