Rafael Benitez's agent has refused to discuss reports the Spaniard is set to leave Liverpool.
Benitez experienced a dismal 2009/10 season as his team finished only seventh in the Barclays Premier League and suffered early exits from the Champions League, FA Cup and Carling Cup.
According to several reports emerging on Wednesday night, Liverpool have made Benitez an offer to walk away from the club, however there has been no official confirmation.
Agent Manuel Garcia Quilon told Press Association Sport: "We don't know anything more than what's being said.
"We're not saying anything."
Benitez, 50, signed a five-year contract in March 2009.
He joined Liverpool in 2004 after a successful spell with Valencia and led the club to Champions League victory in his first season, however the Premier League title has been elusive and Benitez's team were unable to build on a second-placed finish in the 2008/09 season.
The former Valencia manager has recently been linked with the vacancy at Inter Milan, following Jose Mourinho's move to Real Madrid.