Liverpool are in the process of finalising their list of players released ahead of the summer, with midfielder Elijah Dixon-Bonner now having agreed to depart.
July 1 will bring the end of a number of contracts with the Reds, including Divock Origi, who has now agreed personal terms with AC Milan.
Further down the ranks, there will also be a host of young players released, including 21-year-old midfielder Dixon-Bonner.
Dixon-Bonner is claimed to have had a 12-month extension clause written into his existing contract, but neither he nor Liverpool intends to activate that.
He was also an unused substitute in the 2-1 win at AC Milan in the Champions League.
Last summer saw Dixon-Bonner take in an extended trial with Portsmouth, with Liverpool open to sanctioning a free transfer at the time, but the League One side decided not to offer him a permanent deal.
Alongside his outings at senior level, the ex-Arsenal youth was a regular with the under-23s, playing 13 times including clashes with Bolton and Rochdale first-team sides in the EFL Trophy.
His most recent appearance, however, was in January, with it likely that the club allowed Dixon-Bonner to head out on a series of trials during the first half of the year in an attempt to secure a summer move.
“Elijah…my God! I can remember his face when he came on and all these kind of things,” the manager said.
“It’s just great and the boys, the first-team players, they see it exactly the same.
“Always when you have this kind of journey it brings you closer together.”