Adrian bids farewell to Liverpool after 5 seasons

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Liverpool and Adrian San Miguel have ended their contractual relationship. The Spanish goalkeeper leaves Anfield after five seasons and is free to leave, although rumours have him joining his original club Betis, where he is set to return 11 seasons later.

1 week ago
Goalkeeper Adrian San Miguel has made his departure from Liverpool, where he has played for the past five seasons, official and will be free to choose where he plays in the future.
The 37-year-old from Seville left Betis, where he had been a player, to join West Ham 11 seasons ago. He spent six years with the London club before moving to Liverpool, where he has spent the last five seasons.
"Dear Reds. I am making this video to thank you from the bottom of my heart for everything you have given me during this beautiful and successful journey we have made together... in five years you have shown me many things: that wearing the Liverpool shirt and defending their badge at Anfield should be added to the seven wonders of the world...", said the goalkeeper on social media.
"Now is the time to share all these experiences. I have learned that I will be grateful to you for life and that you will always be very special to me and my family. As Bill Shankly (one of the most renowned managers, especially of Liverpool, in English football) said, Liverpool exists to win trophies. I wish you all the best. Always a Red. Farewell," added Adrian.
The goalkeeper will return to Spanish football and Betis, his club of origin, appears to be the most likely destination.


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