Firmino is considering leaving Liverpool

On Friday, English media revealed that Roberto Firmino, the Brazilian national football team striker, will leave his team, Liverpool, at the end of the season, eight years after joining Anfield.
The 31-year-old decided to leave the Reds for free instead of extending his contract, which expires next summer, according to Sky Sports and BBC.
Firmino, who scored 102 goals in 352 games with the club, played a key role in Liverpool’s return to the top of English and European football under the leadership of its German coach, Jurgen Klopp.
Firmino, who joined Liverpool in 2015 from German Hoffenheim, won many titles with Liverpool, most notably the 2019 European Champions League, the 2020 English Premier League, the 2022 FA Cup, the 2022 English League Cup and the 2019 Club World Cup.
Firmino, who formed a terrifying attacking trio with Egyptian internationals Mohamed Salah, and Senegalese Sadio Mane, who moved to Bayern Munich last summer, left Klopp’s plans this season, preferring Portuguese Diogo Jota, Colombian Luis Dias, Uruguayan Darwin Nunes and Dutchman Cody Gakbo.
Firmino is considered one of five Liverpool players whose contracts expire at the end of this season, whose officials have embarked on a major rebuilding of the team.

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