Last time John W Henry and Tom Werner of Fenway Sports Group were in town, they watched Liverpool edge Cardiff to lift the Carling Cup trophy.
But since then the Reds have suffered a dreadful run of form which saw them plummet out of contention for the Champions League places.
Reasons will be sought for the club’s under-performance this week, ahead of the FA Cup semi-final showdown with Everton at Wembley, report The Times.
The Daily Mail adds that Dalglish will have to submit a written report to explain the club’s failures in the league at the end of the campaign.
Luis Suarez’s Liverpool future has been plunged into doubt as his iconic manager nears the sack, the Daily Star have reported.
The Uruguayan striker has quickly become a cult hero at Anfield, and is the top scorer in the league for the Reds so far this season.
But having been signed by Dalglish and backed by him without question during the racism row with Manchester United’s Patrice Evra, Suarez feels his future is linked to that of his manager.
Paris Saint-Germain have already expressed their interest and would lead the chase for the £30m-rated player, but they would face a challenge from clubs in Italy.
“We’ll see what happens. Some of my best memories have been at Fulham,” Dempsey said.
“I still have this season and one more at the club. I’m talking with Fulham but we’ll see in the summer.
“I just want to focus on my football and helping the club finish in the top half. That other stuff can take care of itself.”
The Mirror picks up on reports that