Premier League giants Liverpool have confirmed that defender Alberto Moreno will leave the club this summer after five years at Anfield.
It was revealed that the Spanish international left-back will quit Liverpool this summer upon the expiration of his existing contract with the Reds.
Alberto Moreno signed a five-year deal when he joined Liverpool from Spanish La Liga giants Sevilla in the summer of 2014 and that contract will expire later this month.
He has already been linked with clubs like Barcelona, Marseille and Arsenal.
The Spanish left-back left his boyhood club for Liverpool in a deal reported to be around £12m shortly after he played his part for Sevilla in their Europa League triumph in 2014.
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Alberto Moreno helped Sevilla win the first of their three successive Europa League titles.
Since his transfer to Liverpool, Alberto Moreno has made 141 appearances for the Reds which include five appearances during the just concluded campaign.
Moreno made four starts and one substitute appearance for Liverpool as they finished the season on a high by winning the Champions League for the first time in 14 years.
He was an unused substitute as Liverpool sealed the Champions League title by beating North London giants Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 during their final clash played at the new Wanda Metropolitano Stadium in Madrid last weekend.