Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish has held a meeting in Boston with the club’s owners Fenway Sports Group, with his future as the Anfield outfit’s manager unclear according to The Guardian.
The Scottish coach had an excellent impact on the side when he first took over the Reds hotseat, but a poor 2011-12 campaign saw the Merseysiders finish in lowly 8th place.
The club’s American owners summoned Dalglish to the Unites States earlier this week, but it is believed that principal John W Henry failed to give the Scot any assurances over his future, and he will now have to wait to see the board’s decision.
FSG were keen for Liverpool to challenge for a top-four finish this term, and are said to be frustrated at the continued exclusion from the Champions League.
Dalglish still has two years left on his contract at Anfield, but both he and assistant Steve Clarke will need to wait and see whether they will be at the club next season.
By Gareth McKnight