Liverpool's owners are reportedly having to deal with their transfer targets being against the idea of joining the club owing to the uncertainty concerning the management team.
It has been reported that a part of the reason why former boss Roy Hodgson got the boot at Anfield was because the club's targets were not keen on playing under him, at which point Kenny Dalglish was handed the reins until the end of the season.
Now the News of the World claims that despite the Kop hero having enough clout to bring in the big names, the targets are worried about the uncertainty surrounding the club's management as the Scot has only been appointed on a temporary basis.
It is believed that the Reds owners brought in fans' favourite Dalglish as a means to steady the ship, but two recent losses have reportedly led them to think that they face a much bigger task than that which they had initially anticipated when taking over the Merseyside outfit.
The owners are thought to be in line to spend £30 million in the market, with Goal.com UK exclusively revealing that Luis Suarez is one of the club's top targets with the club locked in a transfer battle with Tottenham.