Raheem Sterling was booed by Liverpool supporters at the club's end of season awards ceremony on Tuesday, 19 May.
Sterling, 20, was named the club's Young Player of the Year but his contract stand-off with the Reds cast a shadow over the evening.
As the England international made his way to collect his award, some of the 3,000 fans in attendance jeered, while others were heard calling, "Stay, Raheem."
He was jeered again later in the evening when his name was read out among the nominees for the first team player of the year award.
On Tuesday it emerged that the England international will ask to leave Merseyside when he sits down with the club for more talks on Friday with manager Brendan Rodgers and chief executive Ian Ayre.
Philippe Coutinho picked up four awards during Tuesday's ceremony including the Player of the Year and the Players' Player of the Year. His match-winning performance in the 2-1 win over Manchester City in March earned him the Performance of the Year award while his strike against Southampton in February won Goal of the Year.
Widespread reports on Wednesday morning suggested Liverpool's owners Fenway Sports Group will hold an end-of-season review with Rodgers following the final game of the season against Stoke City on 24 May.
While it is suggested Rodgers' position as manager at Anfield is under no threat, the Northern Irishman will be asked to explain the club's poor season which has seen them fail to qualify for the Champions League.
But Rodgers and his back room staff are expected to be grilled on a number of issues, such as the club's transfer strategy, youth policy and team selection.