All the talk this summer has been about who will Liverpool bring in so they can challenge for the elusive Premier League title, however little has been said about who could be on the way out, so lets take a look at Reds who may find themselves on the move this summer.
After losing his No.1 spot to Loris Karius last season it looks highly unlikely that Mignolet will stick around for another season, especially if Liverpool go on to strengthen this summer.
The Welsh international went from helping Huddersfield clinch a place in the Premier League to a solitary game in the League Cup with Liverpool, likely to leave this summer with Norwich City & Swansea both showing interest.
Has ever only played 6 times for the club in the last 4 seasons and is certain to end his Anfield career this summer.
The right back who spent the second half of last season on loan at Bolton Wanderers has no future at Liverpool and will be looking for a new club this summer.
After a successful loan spell with Hearts last season Randall will be looking to build on that and join a club where he will get more game time, It won’t be at Hearts however as he has already been told by their manager Craig Levein that they won’t be making the deal permanent.
The Spanish left back who lost his place to Andrew Robertson last season will find himself with a decision to make this summer, Liverpool are willing to offer Moreno a new contract but whether or not he would be happy to battle for his place remains to be seen.
If one player is certain to leave Liverpool this summer it is Can, his contract is up and is due to sign with Juventus on a free transfer.
Spent last season on loan with Sunderland, while he could not help them to stay up in the Championship he was one of the bright spots of the season for the Mackems, His next move looks to be at Rangers who are now managed by ex Red Steve Gerrard.
Probably would have already been gone already if Liverpool could have agreed a fee with the clubs that were interested last season, now on loan at Anderlecht and will hope to get a move away soon.
He has had loan spells at Barnsley, Coventry City, Freiburg and Bristol City all with varying degrees of success, while still only 21 years old he could still make it at Anfield however a move is more likely.
The Spaniard has not spent last season on loan with Willem II playing over 30 times for the Dutch outfit, in truth that would be his current level and permanent move away can not be too far away.
The loan at WestBrom was like his Liverpool career hampered by injury, even though Sturridge is injury prone his goal scoring record should see enough clubs show an interest in him.
Been unlucky with injuries over the last couple of seasons and in all likelihood will look to move on this summer to get more first team chances.
The Belgian international went on loan to Wolfsburg last season, it was not as fruitful as he had hoped and he is another with a decision to make this summer, he lost out on a World Cup spot so a move could be best for his career.