LFC's owners will stick with Brendan Rodgers despite a disappointing season which ended with Liverpool's heaviest league defeat for over 50 years.
Rodgers became the first LFC manager in half a century to fail to land a trophy in his first three seasons - but the clubs American owners have their eyes on bigger concerns than on the pitch performance - namely the building of a new Main Stand and the sale of the football club for what is set to hand them at least £500M in profit.
Two weeks after the season, club co-owner Tom Werner finally made it on to a plane and held discussions with the Liverpool manager today in what was called a 'comprehensive review meeting'.
Journalists had already been briefed over the previous fortnight that Brendan Rodgers would remain as reds boss - and following today's talks this decision has been cemented.
Liverpool are currently completing deals for 29 old James Milner and Burnley's Danny Ings - Ings contract ends with the relegated side on the 1st July.
Ian Ayre, the current club supremo and the shadowy figures of the transfer committee will now have more attention shifted to them as fans demand answers for what appears to have been a costly and misguided transfer policy that has seen Liverpool spend £200M+ in three years on below par footballers.