Liverpool are preparing to unveil plans that will see Anfield redeveloped and expanded to an initial capacity of over 55,000, and scupper talk of a new stadium on Stanley Park.
Liverpool City Council will tomorrow announce details of a regeneration scheme in the L4 area, and alongside this - Liverpool will confirm that the club will remain at their ground since inception - 120 years ago.
The Main Stand is likely to be completely rebuilt, with a hotel built behind the area - and the Anfield Road stand will also see a significant increase in capacity.
Liverpool's Ian Ayre had said some time ago that stadium naming rights would only be sold if the club built a new ground - however club officials have talked this down - suggesting that stadium nights could still be sold to pay for the redevelopment of the ground.
Liverpool Council are set to announce that they will give the go-ahead for a number of compulsory purchase orders (CPO's) of houses that will need to be demolished to make way for the ground expansion.
The reds first unveiled plans for a 55,000 seat stadium in Stanley Park in 2002.
If all goes to plan, then work could being at the end of the 2013/2014 season.