Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina has admitted that he is concerned about the futures of team-mates Fernando Torres and Steven Gerrard.
Both Spain striker Torres and England captain Gerrard are reported to be wanted by some of Europe's leading clubs.
Torres has been linked with moves to Manchester City and Chelsea while Gerrard is believed to be on Real Madrid's radar.
Financial problems at Anfield, which have led to Tom Hicks and George Gillett putting the club up for sale, have led to suggestions that one or both of the prize assets could be sold off this summer.
That is causing Spain goalkeeper Reina some concern despite being thousands of miles away on World Cup duty in South Africa.
"Of course there is concern about Fernando and Stevie," he admitted."Any team would count on them and for us it's the same. Without them, it will be really tough to be up there at the top.
"Fingers crossed, once we sort out the situation with the manager and the owners, which we hope is soon, hopefully we can focus on building a squad. We are all on the same boat and we want to redecorate the ship."