Nathaniel Clyne is about to become a free agent after Liverpool announced the defender will leave at the ending of his contract. Liverpool have confirmed Nathaniel Clyne will leave Anfield when his contract expires at the close of the month.
The right-back moved to Anfield in June 2015 when Brendan Rodgers was manager, joining from Southampton for a reported fee of £12.5million.
An England international, Clyne became irreplaceable during his first two years with the Reds, making 70 Premier League appearances and playing at the EFL finals loss to Manchester City in February 2016.
However, the 29-year-old has struggled with injuries since, including a back issue that ruled him out for the bulk of the 2017-18 season.
Clyne, who had a loan spell at Bournemouth last year, played in 103 games for the Reds and scored twice.
“Everyone at Liverpool Football Club would love to thank Nathaniel for his service and pray for him all the good things in his future career,” Liverpool said during a statement to verify Clyne’s departure.
There have however been multiple interests in the England international. It has also been a long time since Liverpool officials knew that Clyne will leave Anfield.
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