Three Liverpool Stars Who Have Almost Certainly Played Their Last Games for the Club

It’s highly probable that three Liverpool players have already concluded their tenure with the club, signaling a significant shift at Anfield this summer.

With Jurgen Klopp’s departure imminent, along with the expected exit of most coaching staff, substantial changes are on the horizon for Liverpool.

However, there are also a handful of players who seem set for departure. With their contracts nearing expiration and injury setbacks hindering their prospects, it appears doubtful they’ll don the club’s jersey again.

Newsnow Liverpool examines three such players who may have bid their farewell on the Anfield pitch.

Joel Matip

Joel Matip’s tenure at Liverpool are winding down as his contract nears expiration this summer. At 33, with an unfortunate knee injury sidelining him since December, the chances of renewal seem slim. Regrettably, there won’t be a farewell appearance for him.

Even before Klopp’s departure announcement, the reality of Matip’s season-ending injury was known. Klopp, acknowledging the void left by the absence of one of his key players, recognized that Matip wouldn’t grace the pitch under his helm again.

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Matip’s legacy as a Liverpool great is secure, having been an integral part of the team’s success, including the UEFA Champions League triumph in 2019 alongside Virgil van Dijk.

Despite missing out on the 2020 title due to injury, his contributions are etched in Liverpool’s history. A remarkable player whose impact will endure for generations.

Thiago Alcantara

According to The Athletic, Thiago’s time at Liverpool is coming to an end without a contract extension, which isn’t surprising given his ongoing struggles with injuries.

This season has been especially tough for him, having played in only one match before getting injured again. With his season over, it’s unlikely we’ll see him in a Liverpool jersey again, marking his last appearance back in March 2023.

Despite his recent challenges, Thiago’s past performances showcase his world-class talent, notably contributing to Liverpool’s 2022 quadruple push, where they narrowly missed out on winning everything.


Surprisingly, Adrian extended his stay at Liverpool last summer, defying expectations after many assumed he had played his final game for the club this time last year.

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As the third-choice goalkeeper, Adrian’s role is often overlooked, yet he fulfills it admirably, offering a reliable option when needed. However, with the passage of time, it seems inevitable that he will eventually move on.

Adrian’s memorable contributions, including his decisive performance in winning the Super Cup in 2019 and his role in the title-winning season, have secured his place in Liverpool’s history.

Despite this, perhaps it’s time for him to seek new opportunities elsewhere. What more could one expect from a player in his position?

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