​According to reports in Monday's papers Liverpool are set to review their ticket prices for next season. 

The ​FSG have started urgent talks after a mass walkout at Anfield, as 10,000 supporters left the ground in the 77th minute to protest the new ticket prices. 

​Liverpool introduced new up to 
£77 tickets for the redeveloped Main Stand for 2016/2017 season. 

​​Tony Barrett of The Times further reports: 

"Liverpool are considering a review of their controversial new ticket prices after a mass walkout by fans during Saturday’s 2-2 draw with Sunderland prompted urgent talks at boardroom level.

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"Fenway Sports Group (FSG), the club’s owner, instigated the discussions in the aftermath of the unprecedented demonstration that culminated in an exodus of about 10,000 supporters in the 77th minute.

"FSG, which is understood to be “surprised and disappointed” by the reaction, to consider its options having been warned by supporters that protests will escalate unless their concerns are addressed.

"Talks involving Tom Werner, the Liverpool chairman, Mike Gordon, the president of FSG, and other leading members of the club’s hierarchy, most notably Ian Ayre, the chief executive, are expected to continue."

We spoke about Liverpool's walkout and how BPL clubs should follow suit in this week's #injuryTime: