Many different individuals are now involved in club’s transfer strategy.
Liverpool will use a committee in which to select their preferred transfer targets at the of the season, reports the Daily Telegraph.
New Reds owners Fenway Sports Group (FSG) came in for huge criticism after initially buying the club in 2010 and placing the recruitment of new players in the hands of director of football Damien Comolli.
The Frenchman then proceeded to splash out an eye-watering £110 million on the likes of front man Andy Carroll and midfield players Jordan Henderson, Charlie Adam and Stewart Downing in the preceding two transfer windows.
And it was those disastrous purchases that have resulted in the establishment of this new transfer setup at Anfield, with so far much more encouraging results for the Americans.
Indeed, in the first transfer window since the committee has been in place, the Merseysiders bought England international Daniel Sturridge from Chelsea and Brazil midfield player Philippe Coutinho from Inter Milan for a combined £20m.