Kenny Dalglish has been told that should he be made Liverpool manager, he will need to clean out some unwanted faces from The Kop to make room for new signings, according to The Mirror.
Players Lucas Leiva, Daniel Agger and Fabio Aurelio have been named as possibly being shown the exit, and Glen Johnson has also been put forward as a possible sale. Dalglish will be trying to clean out players from when Rafa Benitez was in charge to make way for a new and fresh culture at Anfield.
Liverpool has been heavily linked to a lot of players as the summer transfer period closes in on the Premier League, with United, Chelsea, City and Arsenal players connected to the history rich side.
Owner John Henry is reportedly happy for Liverpool to spend up big in preparation for the 2011/12 season, but believes that first the team should face a shake up and get rid of players who are no longer needed.
Liverpool are also reportedly wanting dispose of players on loan, to free up any possible money and start rebuilding the side that looks set to miss out on 2011/12 Champions League qualification.