Liverpool managing director Ian Ayre insists they will not be forced to sell their top stars despite reporting poor financial results.
Liverpool's debt has increased to £87.2million after they posted a loss of £40.5m in their annual accounts.
The financial situation at Anfield has fuelled speculation that the club may be forced to cash-in on some of their top assets including Luis Suarez.
However, Ayre is adamant the club are under no pressure to sell anyone and that they will be looking to bolster the squad in the summer.
"We won't be selling anyone because of the financial position,' said Ayre. "If we are selling anyone, it will be because they are deemed by the manager to be surplus to his requirements and if that happens we will be replacing them and bringing new players in as we always do.
"There's no panic on part. We feel that we are making progress and improving all the time.
"Our aspiration for the next couple of years, as the rules will dictate, is to break even and then to make a profit beyond that."