Jamie Carragher believes it will be "best for all parties" for Roberto Firmino to leave Liverpool at the end of the season.
Sky Germany on Friday reported that long-serving Brazil striker Firmino has decided to depart when his contract expires on June 30.
The 31-year-old is a hugely popular figure at Anfield, having scored 107 goals and provided 70 assists in 353 appearances for the Reds following his move from Hoffenheim in 2015.
Firmino has helped Liverpool make significant additions to their trophy cabinet during his time on Merseyside, lifting the Champions League, Premier League, FA Cup, EFL Cup, Club World Cup and UEFA Super Cup.
Combining with Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane in such a formidable attacking trio, Firmino's ability to create and score goals enabled Jurgen Klopp's side to become a huge force.
He has endured struggles with injuries last season and in the current campaign, though, and former Liverpool defender Carragher thinks the time has come for the next chapter of his career.
"If the reports about Firmino leaving at the end of the season are true, I do think it's best for all parties," Carragher tweeted.
"He's a Liverpool great and will be remembered for being part of one of the best front three’s we've seen."
If the reports about Firmino leaving at the end of the season are true, I do think it’s best for all parties.— Jamie Carragher (@Carra23) March 3, 2023
He’s a Liverpool great & will be remembered for being part of one of the best front three’s we’ve seen #BOBBY pic.twitter.com/9CkTrNJ7JU