Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has revealed that he will sit down with the club's American owners at the end of the season to discuss his future plans.
The Scotsman has had a difficult first full season in charge, with the Reds underachieving in the Premier League as well as failing to clinch the FA Cup trophy against Chelsea on Saturday.
"The owners will do the same as us," said Dalglish. "They will sit and analyse the season when it is finished. That is what we said before a ball was kicked and there is no reason to change that."
The Merseyside club's owner John W Henry and chairman Tom Werner have been publicly supportive of Dalglish over the course of the season. However, a Carling Cup trophy and a possible ninth finish in the league table has sparked reports to suggest that the former striker could be on his way out of Anfield.
Liverpool owners to decide Kenny Dalglish future?
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