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Roberto Firmino is said to have told Jürgen Klopp he was leaving at the end of the season



Roberto Firmino has played for Liverpool since 2015.

For years, Robert Firmino formed a feared storm trio with Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mané. In the summer he looks for a new job.

WHAT HAPPENED? Robert Firmino will leave Liverpool in the summer. After skyThe former Bundesliga player shared the decision not to extend his expiring contract with the Reds with team manager Jürgen Klopp on Friday. It was a “good conversation” between the two.

WHAT IS THE BACKGROUND? Klopp would have liked to continue working with the 31-year-old striker and advocated an extension for at least one more season. However, the Reds signed another striker in Cody Gakpo in January for a lot of money. Earlier in the summer, Darwin Nuñez, another player for the storm center, was brought to Anfield for a lot of money.

A LOOK AT THE NUMBERS: Firmino has made 25 competitive appearances for Liverpool this season. The 55-time national player for Brazil scored nine goals and four assists. In the meantime, a tendon injury put him out of action.

THE TRANSFER STORY: In 2011, the versatile Tombense FC forward moved to Europe. Hoffenheim paid four million euros for him at the time. In 2015, the Reds brought Firmino to the island for 41 million euros. There he won seven major titles in the past eight years, including the Champions League and the Premier League.

WHAT’S NEXT? It is not known whether Firmino has already committed to a new club. In the past few weeks, many rumors have been circulating about possible new employers. If that’s the case, he could continue his career at Real Madrid, Atlético, Juventus, Inter or a club from Saudi Arabia.