There were rumblings all across Merseyside tonight, as Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish was rumoured to be returning to the club to take up a position in the Reds' youth set-up, but some people at the club believe there is more to it than that.
Dalglish, a former player and manager, won three European Cup winners medals, eight League titles and two FA Cups whilst at Anfield, and is thought of by many of the Anfield faithful as the greatest-ever Liverpool player.
Current boss Rafa Benitez is on the verge of leading the club to its first title since 1990, but hasn't always enjoyed a comfortable ride, and even now has his detractors. Some fans think Dalglish would be the perfect successor if the Spaniard were to fail to capture Manchester United's Premier League crown.
Liverpool could well use someone as totally committed to the cause as Dalglish, who famously used to telephone every member of the crowd after games at St James Park whilst he was manager of Newcastle United.
There was silence from Anfield tonight, however, with only Benitez' tiny assistant, Sammy Lee, prepared to talk about the Scot. He said:
"Kenny's comin' back as manager!"