There are several first-team Liverpool stars who could leave Liverpool after today’s game. Here are the five we think may move on
Let’s start with the most obvious – Wijnaldum. Of all the first-team stars who could leave Liverpool, he’s the biggest name.
Wijnaldum’s contract expires in June and he’s yet to sign a new one. It’s look increasingly likely that he’s going to sign for someone else.
As for who that is? We don’t know. Abendzeitung believe it could be Bayern Munich, however.
The Athletic says Adrian will leave this summer at the end of his contract. Liverpool will then look at interior replacements for the Spaniard.
It’s hardly a shock – Adrian fell below Caoimhin Kelleher this season and is now third choice in goal. At 34, that’s not the best spot for his career.
Though it is worth mentioning that the Daily Mail say Liverpool have offered him a new deal. That seems strange to us but we’ll have to wait and see.
The Daily Mail believes Liverpool expect Shaqiri to leave in the transfer window. They’d have to find a buyer, of course, but it sounds as though they plan to actively search for one.
It’s a shame but we feel like we never saw Shaqiri reach his full potential with Liverpool. He had some brilliant moments we’ll always remember – there just could have been more.
But with Harvey Elliott ready to step up, the time has come to part ways.
Speaking of never reaching your potential, it appears Keita could be off. AS claims he’s had his agents approach Atletico Madrid as he wants out.
Now, we still think there’s a long way to go. Liverpool won’t want to lose Keita on the cheap – he’s still a very talented player, even if he hasn’t lived up to the hype.
Until someone is willing to pay a substantial fee, we can’t see him leaving. But we wouldn’t be surprised if Liverpool are open to it.
A sad one but not a shock. The Mail says Liverpool expect Origi to leave this summer, bringing an end to a seven-year term with the club.
He initially signed in 2014 but stayed with Lille for a year. Since then he’s provided some brilliant moments – some of the greatest in the club’s history, quite honestly.
We’ll be sad to see him go but it’s safe to say Origi has left his mark on Liverpool. And who knows? Maybe there’s time for a swansong to remember.