Liverpool have confirmed Nathaniel Clyne will leave the club on the expiry of his contract next month, with the right-back one of eight players set to depart.
A loan spell with Bournemouth in the second half of last season was expected to lead to a permanent exit, only for an ACL blow in pre-season to rule him out for the majority of 2019/20.
He is not the only player to be leaving Liverpool at the end of June, with seven academy players also set to depart.
Goalkeepers Dan Atherton, Shamal George and Kai McKenzie-Lyle will both leave, along with under-18s Jack Walls, Alex Turner and Abel Rodriques.
Midfielder Isaac Christie-Davies, who impressed on his first-team debut against Aston Villa in the League Cup in December, is also on his way out, having seen his recent half-season loan with Cercle Brugge hampered by injury.
The Reds have already seen Pedro Chirivella join Nantes on a free transfer, and it could be that others follow Lallana out of the club later in the summer.