With Naby Keita, the Ox and James Milner on their way, we’ve taken a look at how other players fared after leaving the bosom of Jurgen Klopp.
Steven Gerrard has the fondest Liverpool memories of Lucas Leiva, “one of the best people I have met”.
Who is Chelsea’s longest-serving player? Matej Delac, obviously. There’s 19 others, too.
Lucas Leiva lasted a full decade at Liverpool, but he is headed to Lazio for £5m.
Mane and Can are also off the tour, but the explanations there are simple. Not so for this trio.
If Lucas leaves, Jordan Henderson is Liverpool’s longest-serving player. Then it’s Jon Flanagan.
Nainggolan to United, Aubameyang to Chelsea, Giroud to Dortmund, Lucas to Lazio, Nasri to Roma.
We scour the Prem, La Liga, Bundesliga, Serie A and Ligue Un to bring you the best out-of-contract XIs.
Lucas Leiva has revealed that he will hold talks with Liverpool at the end of the season over his future.
Goalkeepers, strikers, Lucas, the lack of a Plan B. Not much for Jurgen Klopp to sort out, then. Nope…
Lucas would have left Liverpool in 2010 if Mascherano stayed. Now he’s their longest-serving player.
“He has a great personality, is a good player and a really good guy.” Lovely.
Lucas Leiva admits Liverpool’s title challenge could keep him at the club until the end of the season.
Lucas was Liverpool’s babysitter in their youngest ever side. Moreno was second oldest at 24.
Philippe Coutinho? Sure, fair enough. Jordan Henderson? Well, he is the captain. But hold on…
Lucas Leiva reckons Klopp’s side can win the title this season if they keep up their high standards.