Roberto Firmino, the Brazilian striker, will leave Liverpool at the conclusion of the season, according to reports.
Firmino is said to have decided not to renew his contract and will leave the club this summer after eight years with the Merseyside club.
According to SkySports, the 31-year-old notified manager Jürgen Klopp of his choice and had positive talks with him on Friday.
Klopp apparently hoped to work with Firmino beyond this summer, but the player has already opted to depart with no plans for his future move.
Firmino completed his move from Hoffenheim in 2015 for a fee of £21.3 million. In 352 games since then, he has scored 107 goals and supplied 78 assists, solidifying his reputation as a club Legend.
In 2019, he became the highest-scoring Brazilian striker in Premier League history, with 78 goals.
Firmino has seven trophies with Liverpool, including the Champions League in 2018/19 and the Premier League a year later.
Firmino scored nine goals and had four assists in the 2022/2023 season while being injured.