GUARDIAN – Brendan Rodgers to remain at Liverpool after positive talks with club officials

• Manager held review with FSG representatives in city centre on Tuesday• Group agreed on ‘a comprehensive plan for improvement’Brendan Rodgers is to remain the Liverpool manager following a review with Tom Werner, the club chairman, and Mike Gordon, the president of Fenway Sports Group.The 42-year-old had been under pressure after a dismal end to the season that culminated in a 6-1 loss at Stoke City, Liverpool’s heaviest defeat in 52 years, no silverware for the third year of his reign and failure to qualify for the Champions League, despite a £117m investment in new players. However, having met the two members of the Anfield hierarchy who are leading a wide-ranging review into what went wrong in 2014-15, Rodgers has been assured his position is safe and that he remains FSG’s man going into next season. Related: Liverpool to sign James Milner on free transfer from Manchester City Continue reading…