Kenny Dalglish is returning to Liverpool to take up a senior role in their academy and as a global ambassador for the club.
The Scot made his name as a player at Anfield before going on to become manager with equal success. The Liverpool manager, Rafael Benitez, was keen to have him on board and not only will Dalglish be nurturing Liverpool's young players, but will also work on the commercial side of the club around the world.
Another Liverpool old boy returning to a former club yesterday was Paul Ince, who has returned to MK Dons for his second spell as manager little more than a year after leaving for Blackburn.
The former Manchester United and England midfielder has signed a two-year deal with the Dons and he will be hoping he can repeat the success of his previous one-year spell at the club, when he led them to the League Two title as well as the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.