The 41-year-old has apparently had his teeth whitened and lost a noticeable amount of weight, as well as moving from the family home into a £1.2million flat.
And he is also reported to have now started seeing a 31-year-old former employee of the club who has been seen at his new property.
The manager, who grew up in Northern Ireland and previously held the top job at Watford and Reading, has adopted a new and more fashionable image in recent months.
He has spent thousands of pounds on having his teeth whitened and lost weight after regularly exercising at the club's Melwood training ground.
Mr Rodgers has also moved out of the house he shared with wife Susan, according to The Sun's Guy Patrick, and bought a luxury flat in an upmarket suburb of the city for £1.2million.
Neighbours told The Sun he has since been visited at the home by Charlotte Hind, a 31-year-old divorcee who used to work for Liverpool as a travel co-ordinator.
Ms Hind has a young child with her former husband Steven.
She has been seen pulling up in the evening and parking her car in the building's underground car park.
'We've seen her arrive a few times,' one neighbour told The Sun.
Mr Rodgers has reportedly been a visitor to Ms Hind's new rented home in Birkdale over the past few months.
Her former husband still lives in the couple's former marital home in Southport.
A spokesman for Liverpool declined to comment on the pair's friendship.
However, a representative of Mr Rodgers has previously said that they are not 'in a relationship'.
Mr Rogers met his wife when he was a young player at Reading Football Club and the couple have two children, Oldham Athletic footballer Anton, 20, and daughter Mischa,17.
He has previously described his wife as 'patient' and 'supportive'.
In May last year Anton, who has a young son, was cleared of sexual assault and voyeurism against a teenage girl, having been among four Brighton and Hove Albion players found not guilty following two trials at the Old Bailey.
The Liverpool manager has rarely spoken about his wife, but following the trial he said that both he and Mrs Rogers had found the legal drama 'difficult' to handle.
Mr Rodgers and his son came up against one another on the pitch last month when Liverpool played Oldham in the FA Cup, with the senior member of the family going home the happier after his team emerged 2-0 winners.
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