Liverpool chairman Martin Broughton has insisted neither Fernando Torres nor captain Steven Gerrard need to be sold to ease the club's mounting debts.
The Reds' parent company posted a loss of £54.9m for the year to 31 July 2009.
Newspaper reports have linked Torres and Gerrard with possible big money moves away from Anfield this summer.
But Broughton said: "There's absolutely no reason to sell either Torres or Gerrard. We don't need to do it to pay off any debt."