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At the end of the 2021/22 season several players could leave Liverpool as Divock Origi, Loris Karius and Adrian will see their contracts expire.
The Reds became FA Cup and Carabao Cup champions during the 2021/2022 season. Jurgen Klopp’s side also reached the Champions League final, however, suffered a defeat to Real Madrid.
Liverpool also missed out on a chance to become Premier League champions as they finished second with one-point behind Manchester City.
While the Reds could say goodbye to Origi, Karius and Adrian at the end of this season, there are several stars whose contracts expire in 2023.
Mohamed Salah joined Liverpool in 2017 from AS Roma. The right-winger has become one of the key players of Jurgen Klopp’s side. During his time with the Reds, Salah has won Premier League and Champions League as well as UEFA SuperCup and FIFA Club World Cup. His contract expires in the summer of 2023.
Sadio Mane joined the Reds in 2016 from Southampton. Mane has also become one of the key players of the Liverpool squad. The 29-year-old’s contract also expires in the summer of 2023.
Firmino signed for the Reds in 2015 from Hoffenheim. The Brazilian has been dealing with injuries during the 2021/22 season, however, he has managed to score 11 goals in 35 games and provided 5 assists. His contract also expires in the summer of 2023.
Naby Keita joined Liverpool in 2018 from RB Leipzig. The 26-year-old could see his contract expire in the summer of 2023 if he doesn’t sign an extension until that.
Oxlade-Chamberlain joined the Reds from Arsenal in 2017. So far, the 28-year-old has made 133 appearances for the Reds and scored 17 goals and provided 15 assists. If the midfielder doesn’t extend his contract until the summer of 2023, he could leave the Reds.
James Milner extended his contract for a further year on June 6, 2022. Milner has been with the Reds since 2015. During his time with the Premier League side, Milner has made overall 289 appearances in which he has scored 26 goals and provided 44 assists.