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Liverpool’s farewell: Several players may say goodbye to Anfield

Today marks an emotional end to the 2023-24 Premier League season for Liverpool as they face Wolves at Anfield.

This match isn’t just significant because of the game’s outcome but also because it could be the final farewell for several key figures, including the beloved manager, Jurgen Klopp, and some long-serving players.

Jurgen Klopp, who has been at the helm since October 2015, will oversee his 491st and final match as Liverpool manager. His tenure has been marked by remarkable successes, including the Champions League and Premier League titles.

Klopp’s departure after nine years is expected to be an emotional moment for the fans and players alike.

Among the players likely to bid farewell, Joel Matip stands out. The Cameroonian defender has been a stalwart for eight seasons, making 201 appearances.

His departure on a free transfer marks the end of an era for one of the club’s greatest free signings.

Thiago Alcantara, plagued by injuries, will also leave after four seasons. Despite his brilliance, the Spanish midfielder managed only 98 appearances, including just five minutes this season due to hip and muscle issues.

Goalkeepers Adrian and Caoimhin Kelleher could also be on their way out. Adrian, the veteran Spanish shot-stopper, seeks a return to La Liga after five seasons as Liverpool’s No.3.

Meanwhile, Kelleher, needing regular game time, might leave if a club meets Liverpool’s £20 million valuation

Left-back Kostas Tsimikas, another bit-part player, may also seek a move for more consistent playing time. The Greek defender has been in and out of the squad over four years and could command a profit if sold.

Even Mohamed Salah, the second most-used player under Klopp, might play his final game today. The Egyptian legend has made 349 appearances for Liverpool and could potentially leave, marking an end to a historic chapter.

As the Anfield faithful gather, they will celebrate the achievements of these players and their beloved manager, cherishing memories while preparing for the changes ahead.

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