Rodgers not worried by FFP probe
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers is not concerned by a potential probe into the club's finances over financial fair play breaches.
According to PA Sport, the Reds - along with Inter Milan, Monaco and Roma - are set to be investigated by Uefa for possible violations.
The four clubs, who have all recently made a return to continental competitions, have all submitted their accounts to the European football governing body and Rodgers believes the English Premier League club have nothing to fear.
The Liverpool boss said: "It's obviously something that will be dealt with by the directors. It's something we're comfortable with because we're great advocates of financial fair play. It's ongoing with the club."
Falling foul of Uefa's FFP regulations will be something Liverpool will want to avoid at all cost.
Their EPL rivals Manchester City and French side Paris Saint-Germain were hit with heavy fines for breaching the rules last season, with the cash set to be spread equally among their European rivals in the Champions League and Europa League.
Sources: PA Sport, AFP