Robert Firmino has 12 months left on his contract at Liverpool, aka until the end of June 2023. There was no contract extension by either party.
Robert Firmino actually already threatened his position in the main squad for the Reds last season. The arrival of Luis Diaz and the presence of Diogo Jota made his place left out.
Last season, the 30-year-old made just 20 Premier League appearances, contributing five goals and four assists.
Roberto Firmino, who was mostly a substitute last season (Getty Images)
The reason is that Mohamed Salah’s contract has been extended and there is a new striker Darwin Nunez. If Firmino wants to continue playing to get the best performance for the 2022 World Cup with the Brazilian national team, he can’t help but withdraw.
Firmino has a market price of 20 million Euros or the equivalent of Rp. 312 billion. Firmino could be sold, but it seems Liverpool will prefer to barter him.
Or maybe Firmino chose to give in and stay at Liverpool until his contract ran out?