The management of Liverpool FC is yet to respond to reports that Anfield legend and coach, Kenny Dalglish will be leaving the club due to the poor performance in the just concluded season of the English Premier league.
The Merseyside club management has refused to respond to the report stating that Kenny Dalglish has relinquished his position as the manager of the Reds.
His departure is attributed to a dismal performance on the league table, despite winning the Carling Cup in February and reaching the FA Cup final.
The club finished on the eight-place of the Premier League which has been their lowest in 18 years with a total overall points of 52, also the lowest since 1954.
The priority of the American owners of the club has been to compete in major competitions in the football world and clinching the Premier league title to take the club back to the glory days.
However reports suggest that a ready replacement for the Anfield legend is already in place as the board of the club is looking at bringing in Wigan’s Roberto Martinez.
Recently, an internal re-structuring at Anfield saw the exit of director of football, Damien Comolli along with other senior staff.
Dalglish and his assistant manager; Steve Clarke flew to the United States to talk about the future plans of the club with the owners and after discussion, reports revealed that the Scot had decided to quit after a season-and-a-half back in charge.