Dalglish travels to Boston for talks over his Liverpool future - report

The Reds boss could find his job under threat after leading the Merseyside outfit to a disappointing eight-place finish in the Premier League this season

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Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has flown to America to meet the club's owners in order to discuss his future, according to The Telegraph.

The 61-year-old left England for Boston after his side's 1-0 defeat to Swansea, a loss which confirmed that Liverpool would finish below rivals Everton for the first time since the 2004/05 season.
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Although Fenway Sports Group were expected to fly to Merseyside to begin their season review, Dalglish has taken the trip to the US to speed up the process.

Despite reaching two cup finals this season, FSG are understood to be unhappy with the club's current league position and the fact that the Reds have won just two home games since mid-March.

The Liverpool owners have already dismissed director of football, Damien Comolli for what was viewed as throwing away the club's large transfer budget and that move further fuelled suggestions that the Anfield club have already begun looking for a managerial replacement.

Dalglish made 355 appearances for Liverpool during his playing career, scoring over 100 goals. A decision on his future is expected in the next 24 hours.