Right-back Nathaniel Clyne has officially departed Liverpool Football Club.

Clyne’s Liverpool contract expired yesterday, which means that he is without a club at this current moment.

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The Reds signed Clyne from Southampton for a transfer fee of €17.70 million back in 2015. Clyne was a regular starter at Liverpool at one stage.

The full-back made 103 appearances for the club. However, Clyne suffered a serious back injury before the 2017-18 season was about to get underway. He was out until March 2018.

This gave Trent Alexander-Arnold an opportunity to show what he could do. Alexander-Arnold took his opportunity, which ultimately meant Clyne was eventually loaned out to Bournemouth.

Alexander-Arnold has made 127 appearances because of Clyne’s absence. Clyne was basically no longer a required player at Liverpool, which is why he has departed.

Clyne does have a current market value of €8 million, which highlights that Liverpool are missing out on some money by letting him go on a free transfer.

At Anfield Watch, we wish the right-back all the best in the future.

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